Houmous isn't as fatty as it seems. Most store-bought half-fat versions are healthier than other "healthy" meals since they have less additives.
Dip carrots or cucumbers in a container in the fridge for a healthful snack.
Eggs keep you satisfied longer, reducing snacking. Eggs are obvious given this.
Try two eggs that have been boiled for breakfast, egg scrambles on rye for lunch, or an omelette for supper. It'll stand out.
Crudite fresh carrots and store in an airtight jar for a quick, healthful snack.
Add spinach to your lunch or soup to avoid that mid-afternoon slump.
Due to their omega fats, mackerel and salmon create delicious, filling, low-calorie salads.
Celebrities swear by the grapefruit diet, yet eating half a grapefruit for breakfast twice a week will slim you down.
Most slender women keep lean minced beef in their fridges because it's flexible, delicious, and gratifying.
It's scientific. Lean protein burns fat and builds muscle.