Inside The Sorority Nutritionist Membership, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how to make simple and wicked easy changes to your diet to help you lose weight. And to be honest, that’s what weight loss is about!
While the fit babes inside my membership track their calories based upon numbers I help them determine during the first month of coaching… sometimes it is good to take a step back from the numbers and think about your habits.
Here are the easiest 3 tips I’ve recently shared with my clients to help them make better food choices for their weight loss goals, and that will help you get your diet on the right track ASAP! Shoot me a message on Instagram at @sorority.nutritionist if you try these tips and see success!
ADD MORE VEGGIES ON YOUR PLATE
If you follow my balanced plate method, you know how important veggies are for fit babe weight loss! That’s because non-starchy veggies such as leafy greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, mushrooms and zucchini (just to name a few) are very low in calories yet take up a lot of “space” on your plate… meaning you get fuller quicker for weight loss!
THINK ABOUT YOUR DAY AND PLAN AHEAD
One of the biggest barriers to success I’ve seen my clients make for years as a Registered Dietitian is not planning ahead. And when I say planning, I don’t just mean getting your booty to the store and buying food! I mean actually prepping it the night before and planning your meals ahead of time, whether they are made from scratch at home or where you’ll stop on the road.
In my coaching program, it’s not uncommon for me to encourage my clients to plan what they are eating ahead of time. If you’re going out to dinner with your friends tomorrow night, what are you going to eat earlier in the day to make sure you stay within your weight loss calorie range?
Moral of the story: Plan your meals and you’re planning for weight loss success!
ONLY EAT WHAT YOU PUT ON YOUR PLATE
Not saying that going for extra is “bad” but let’s be real: How many times do you continuously go for leftovers and take bites of food after you eat a filling, nutritious and super tasty dinner!?
Get into the habit of thinking about how you feel before always going for more. Slow down, take a deep breath, have a sip of water and go for more servings only if you are actually hungry!