Instead of focusing on the things you feel you must limit or deny yourself in order to lose or control weight, try discovering healthy new foods to add to your diet. That’s the way to shake up your meal plans and make them more interesting.
Adopt a new whole grain, vegetable or fruit every week, for instance. There are certainly plenty to choose from.
Maybe it’s kasha (buckwheat groats), triticale, hard red winter wheat, spaghetti squash or papaya, which you can try when you find yourself drifting back to healthy but familiar items like broccoli and carrots.
Variety makes healthy eating much more interesting and fun.
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