Dr. Oz’s 100 Weight Loss Tips

Here are the final tips from 100 weight loss tips from the Dr. Oz’s show.

 

  1. Do your best to ensure you’re not eating after 7 o’clock at night. You’re more likely to make unhealthy choices and less likely to sleep as well after a late meal.
  2. Try a pasta-less spaghetti by mixing shredded zucchini, veggie meatballs and raw tomato sauce seasoned with a dash of zesty oregano.
  3. Fresh herbs can really zing up a healthy meal. Try growing some in the kitchen using a strawberry pot. Preserve the flavor by adding fresh herbs at the end of the cooking process
  4. Fast food is salty food. If you cut back on the salt, in a few weeks you’ll be able to better taste the natural salts in food and may not crave the junk as much as you used to.
  5. The rub on ground turkey is that it’s dry. Add some olive oil and finely blended onions to a turkey burger or turkey meatball to enhance its juiciness.
  6. If you’re trying to lose weight with your significant other, pack each other’s lunches. The lunchbox surprises will keep the both of you motivated.
  7. If you’re eating out, make salad the appetizer. Most starters are fried and come with unhealthy dips or sauces.
  8. Savory ‘umami’ ingredients such as mushrooms, low-sodium soy, asparagus and olives can help you feel full and add an earthy, home-y quality to your healthy-dishes.
  9. Make it a point to use the steps whenever possible. Use the bathroom on a different floor at work, take the stairs at the bus station, the airport or the mall.
  10. Try baking apple slices as a healthy alternative to potato chips.
  11. Eating water-rich foods such as melons, tomatoes and celery can help fill you up without adding too many calories to your day.
  12. Avocados can be your secret weight loss partners. They’re high in fiber and healthy fats, giving you a meaty-tasting meat alternative.
  13. A handful of unsalted pumpkin seeds make for a healthy mid-day snack. They’re rich in magnesium, which helps lower blood pressure.
  14. Keeping good posture will not only strengthen your core, but will also add a small extra-calorie burn, because you’re working slightly harder to maintain the position.
  15. Sugar Cravings can sneak up on you when you’re tired. Try taking a nap if you feel yourself wanting some junk food.
  16. Share your weight loss goals with your friends and family. Make it a positive life change and ask for their encouragement.
  17. Take a photo of yourself each week so you can see your physical transformation.
  18. Store-bought salad dressings can be packed with calories. Make your own vinaigrette and store it in a small spray bottle to coat your greens without over-dressing them.
  19. Yoga may be relaxing but you can also get a good workout. An hour of yoga can burn up to 350 calories.
  20. Get familiar with quinoa — a wonderful grain that’s easy to cook and goes great with sauteed vegetables or mushrooms.
  21. Ditch the mayo, cheese and top bun if you want to scrape off 250 calories from a restaurant sandwich.
  22. Resistance bands are a comfortable and affordable at-home exercise option for strength straining.
  23. Use the freezer to add some extra oomph to summer foods. Freeze grapes for some bite-sized delights. Or get a popsicle mold and freeze some Greek yogurt with berries.
  24. Wrap up any extra food you’ve cooked before you sit down to a meal so you’re not tempted to get seconds.
  25. Take a 30-second break in the middle of your meal. Evaluate just how hungry you still are before getting back to your food.

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*From: Dr. Oz’s 100 Weight Loss Tips

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One Response to Dr. Oz’s 100 Weight Loss Tips

  1. Latanya Hales says:

    You really make it appear so easy together with your presentation. I’m looking forward on your subsequent posts!

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