Tips For Losing Weight After Lockdown

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1. Enjoy More Produce, More Often

London says the more you can make your meals and snacks produce-based, the more inclined you will be to crave these all-natural favorites over the not-as-nutritious foods. To help encourage eating more produce, fruits and vegetables are “ZeroPoints” — so you don’t even have to track them.

“These foods are high in water-volume (so they can also help you meet your fluid needs) and loaded with vitamins and minerals we all need, plus fiber,” London says. “To stay satisfied throughout the day, pair some staples with a source of protein like cheese, nut butter, hummus or a hard-boiled egg or two.” It’s not about restricting, just simply adding in the good-for-you stuff to the mix.

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