1-Have scrambled egg whites rather than whole eggs.
2-Drink green tea with Stevia rather than gourmet coffee.
If you habitually start your morning with a little treat from Starbucks, reconsider your order. Rather than asking the barista with the headset and Belichick attitude for some sugar-laden coffee swirled with flavored syrup and topped with whipped cream, order green tea sweetened with Stevia.
Depending on the particular coffee you were ordering before, replacing it could slash your calorie intake tremendously. Many of these beverages contain more than 400 calories
3-Switch from regular soda to diet.
Nothing damages your sound diet plan more than regular soda. Devoid of real nutrition, this beverage packs nothing but a sugar-coated sucker punch.
If you must swill soda, go diet instead. They contain artificial sweeteners but won’t skyrocket your blood glucose levels into pre-diabetic fireworks.
4-Do ’10’ during commercial breaks.
Rather than leaving the couch to rummage through the pantry during a commercial, do ten reps of an exercise. It’s the best way for a couch potato to peel off excess instead.
You can do push-ups, sit-ups, lunges,
5-Eat real fruit rather than drinking fruit juice.
If you start your day with a glass of fruit juice alongside your cereal or toast, switch to eating whole fruit. Sure, fruit juice comes from whole fruit, but it lacks fiber and contains too many calories for someone who wants to improve their body composition.
Go for a whole apple, orange or a cup of berries for a good dose of fiber as well as a high amount of vitamins and minerals to promote overall good health.
6-Sub a protein shake for a fruit smoothie.
Fruit smoothies are probably a wiser choice than milkshakes; they are calorie-dense gut bombs. Opt for a protein shake instead. This change will help you meet your daily protein requirement, something many people struggle to do.
Plus, if you just mix up one scoop of protein powder with a cup of water, you’ll save calories as well. Just don’t toss a boatload of fruit in there along with the protein powder – or you’re back in smoothie terrain.