Make smarter food choices to cut calories
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Which has more calories? Chris Freytag: Calories are only part of the weight loss equation, the volume of food you eat and its density is also a key. That’s what determines when your fall not the number of calories, you can loss weight by eating more foods that are higher in volume meaning that you get many more mouthfuls that less calories. Good examples of foods with lots of water are fruits, vegetables and broth beef soups. For instance, a medium serving of French fries weighing at 360 calories, you’ve have to eat four ears of corn a high volume low cow food for about many calories. Energy dense foods like cheese on the other hand contain loads of calories; crown them to a little package. You could eat just two ounces of cheddar cheese for 240 calories or 30 dried apricot haves instead for the same number of calories. Here are other examples of how you can still eat more and loss weight. Even a small corn muffin has 530 calories and you could trade that in for four plain English muffins. You can have six small oranges for the same number of calories that you get in 12 ounces of glass of orange juice. That’s why you better off eating fruits rather than drinking it. You could eat that one and half pound smith ball or four ounces of shrimp cocktail for 110 calories. Even better trade and slice trade in a slice of pizza for a salad and a bowl of soup and you will avoid 300 calories. Eating food that are less energy dense can naturally reduce the number of calories that you eat by up to 20% without making you feel hungry, you can find more smart tips at prevention.com.
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