How To Make Clean Eating Exciting
Clean eating isn’t just about making fitness goals, it’s also about creating a diet plan which you can easily follow. Naturally there will be some discomfort if you’re cutting calories, but the trick is to make the most of everything you’ve got, regardless if it’s chicken or carrots.
Once you get used to it clean eating becomes a doddle, even during a busy weeknight. To make life a lot easier, make sure to plan a menu in advance and cook healthy meals in batches, so mentally you feel compelled to eat it. Also, check out this article over at Breaking Muscle, which goes into detail about some of the things you can do in order to embrace your diet instead of fearing it:
Eating For Volume
Volume eating is one of the best tricks when it comes to feeling satisfied on a calorically restricted diet, especially on low-carb days. High fibre foods, which are more slowly digested, generally give you the most bang for your calorie buck and tend to be lower in overall calories.
How you prepare your food can not only stretch your calories further, but can also provide the variety needed to keep you sane if you’re working with limited food options. People who are miserable on their diet are miserable because not only are they eating the same thing every day, but they’re likely eating it in the exact same way.
Whether you’re a clean eater or flexible dieter, these tips will help stretch your meals further whilst also giving more variety in terms of taste and flavor. Be sure to add condiments, seasoning and spices to your food as well. Although they’re not necessarily “clean”, they’ll help prevent you from getting bored and feeling bland on a restricted diet.
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