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What to Eat, How to Stay Motivated

What to Eat, How to Stay Motivated

It’s not difficult to lose weight. Like anything, it’s easy once you know how. Essentially weight loss involves eating the right food and staying motivated.

“When it comes to losing weight, one simple piece of advice may be more helpful than all the diet books, calorie counting, and portion measuring put together: Eat more fiber.”

People evolved over millions of years eating a high-fiber diet of fruits and vegetables. The modern diet is a radical departure. Today people get the vast majority of their calories from low-fiber foods including added fats and oils (no fiber), refined grains like white flour (little fiber), added sugar (no fiber), and animal foods (no fiber).

Epidemics of obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and Alzheimer’s have followed the adoption of the modern, low-fiber diet. There is now a broad concensus among nutritional authorities that a healthy diet is a high-fiber diet of fruit, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and unsalted nuts and seeds.

Added fats and oils: Lard, butter, margarine, vegetable oils, and other shortenings are added to foods. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), these added fats and oils account for 26% of the calories in the U.S. diet. Foods with added fats and oils include french fries, fried chicken, corn and potato chips, donuts and pastries, breads, bagels, rolls and biscuits, cakes, pies, muffins, cookies, and salad dressings. Added fats and oils are highly processed foods that contain no fiber. Early humans had zero calories from added fats and oils in their diet.

Refined grains: The first patent for refining wheat was issued in 1880. Refining removes most of the fiber. Today most U.S. calories from grains are from white flour that contains little fiber. Refined grains, what the USDA calls flour and cereal products, comprise 19% of the calories in the U.S. diet. Foods with refined grains include bread, dinner rolls and biscuits, pasta such as spaghetti, pizza and other mixed dishes such as hamburgers, sandwiches and tacos, cakes, cookies, pastries, donuts and muffins, white rice and other refined grains, and snack foods such as pretzels and corn chips. Early humans had zero calories from white flour and other refined grains in their diet.

Added sugar: Corn sweeteners, dextrose, maltose, sucrose, fructose, syrups, and other sweeteners are added to foods. According to the USDA, added sugar and sweeteners make up 15% of the calories in the U.S. diet. Foods with added sugar includes soft drinks, fruit drinks, sweetened coffee and tea, milkshakes, energy drinks and alcoholic beverages, cakes, pies, cookies, donuts, brownies and sweet rolls, ice cream, pudding and yogurt, candies, jams, syrups, sweet toppings and table sugar, and sugar added to foods such as breakfast cereals, spaghetti sauce, ketchup, salad dressing, barbecue sauce, fruit juices, canned fruit, granola bars, baked beans and crackers. Added sugar and sweeteners are highly processed foods with no fiber. Honey and other sweeteners played only a small role in the diet of early humans.

Animal foods: An amazing fact that many people find hard to believe: Animal foods have no fiber! That big gristly steak has absolutely no fiber. All animal foods (beef, pork, poultry, fish, eggs, cheese, milk, yogurt) have no fiber. Animals use bones to stand erect. Plants use fiber.

Evidence is accumulating that processed foods and animal protein and fat shorten life and promote chronic diseases including cardiovascular diseases, cancers, type 2 diabetes, and Alzheimer’s. Many people find processed and animal foods delicious but they may not be best for long-term health, and they make weight loss difficult.

High-fiber foods: If you avoid animal foods and processed foods, what should you eat? The USDA estimates that Americans get 13% of their calories from fruit (4%), vegetables (3%), nuts (3%), and whole grains (3%). These are healthy, high-fiber foods that make weight loss easy. The Easy Weight Loss Plan focuses on fruit, vegetables, legumes (beans, lentils, peas), whole grains (e.g., oatmeal, Grape Nuts, shredded wheat, corn), and unsalted nuts and seeds. Water, tea, and coffee are recommended beverages.

“While high-fiber foods tend to be healthy (think: fruit, veggies, whole grains), what proved equally important was that this kind of diet was easier to stick to… How exactly does fiber guard against hunger pangs? Simple: It fills your stomach, stimulating receptors that tell your brain that it’s time to stop eating.”

Eat more: The most amazing feature of high-fiber diets is that you can eat all you want and still lose weight. Hunger wrecks many diets. With a high-fiber diet you don’t need to go hungry to lose weight. Dr. Dean Ornish publicized this many years ago in his 1993 book Eat More, Weigh Less. Many either don’t know or have forgotten this critical fact.

There are no guarantees, but there is now evidence that eating high-fiber, whole foods (fruit, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts, and seeds) and avoiding low-fiber foods (animal foods and processed foods with added fat, white flour, and added sugar) may benefit obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, some cancers, Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Yet low-fiber foods remain popular.

Knowing what to eat is important. But, having a practical, convenient way to prepare food and the resources to stay motivated to adopt a healthy diet until it becomes habitual are equally, if not more, important.

Videos: The Easy Weight Loss Plan directs readers to a web site with a curated collection of over 170 short (under 10 minutes) videos by leading nutrition doctors including: Neal Barnard MD, Caldwell Esselstyn MD, Joel Fuhrman MD, Michael Greger MD, Michael Klaper MD, John McDougall MD, Dean Ornish MD, Plant Based News, and Pamela Popper.

These nutrition experts have devoted their lives to discovering and explaining the best diet for health and longevity. By watching a few of these videos each day you will get a priceless education in nutrition. You will also have a long-term and entertaining resource for staying motivated to adopt a healthy, high-fiber diet.

Meal Prep: Many people love cooking and spending time in the kitchen. For these people there are many great whole-food, plant-based recipes online. For people who want to minimize time in the kitchen, The Easy Weight Loss Plan provides a sample daily meal plan that makes food preparation and clean up fast and easy. The plan uses a microwave oven, a blender, frozen vegetables, scoops in many food containers, and minimal dishes and utensils.

Other Resources: The Easy Weight Loss Plan includes other motivational resources including the best books, audiobooks, and videos for adopting a high-fiber diet. The free Cronometer food journal and nutrition tracker, hypnosis and aversion therapy, the TOPS Club, DietBet.com, strategies of the National Weight Control Registry, exercise, and more are discussed. Also included is a sample shopping list of specific foods and their stores (mostly Walmart and Costco).

The Easy Weight Loss Plan is downloaded immediately as a 6-page, 2-column PDF which can be printed on six 8.5″ x 11″ pages.

The Easy Weight Loss Plan recommends a satisfying, high-fiber diet, fast easy ways to prepare meals, and a unique motivational program. Begin your journey to better health by ordering The Easy Weight Loss Plan.

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