Clean Up Your Diet in 4 Easy Steps - Dr. James Geiselman
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Clean Up Your Diet in 4 Easy Steps

Clean Up Your Diet in 4 Easy Steps

By: Staff Writer

“Clean eating” sounds like a chore, but it can actually be a lot of fun. With so many delicious foods available, you can try new recipes every day. There is no need to skip meals or give up your favorite treats. The key is to making smart food choices and seeking healthier substitutes for white flour, sugar, margarine, and other calorie-laden ingredients. Once you make these changes, your overall health will improve and you will have more energy.

Follow these four easy steps to clean up your diet today:

Eliminate Sugar

Sugar not only causes weight gain, but also messes up your hormones, increases heart disease risk, and promotes cancer cell growth. Ditching the sugar is one of the best things you can do for your health. Replace sugar in recipes and drinks with natural substitutes, such as vanilla extract, stevia, cinnamon and natural fruit juice.

Watch Out for Trans Fats

Margarine, potato chips, sweets, fries, pastries, and other processed foods are loaded with trans fats. Trans fatty acids are found heavily in processed foods and are typically added to foods to make them last longer. Avoiding trans-fat can have a beneficial impact on your overall health.

Go Green

Fill your plate with green vegetables, such as broccoli, spinach, kale, cabbage, Brussel sprouts, cucumbers, and zucchini. High in vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants, these foods support weight loss and improve digestion. They also contain large amounts of water, keeping you hydrated. The fiber in green vegetables promotes satiety and help to regulate blood sugar levels.

Snack Smart

Just because you’re eating two or three healthy meals a day, doesn’t mean you can binge on rice cakes, chips, jelly, and chocolate. What you eat between meals can make it or break it in terms of your diet. Make your own snacks using whole, natural ingredients, or stick to basic options like walnuts, cashews, veggie sticks, hummus, and boiled eggs. Raw nuts and seeds make great snacks and fill you up quickly, so keep some on hand!

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