Ways To Cut 100 or More Calories
Creating a calorie deficit is the most important things when trying to lose weight. Cutting out 100 calories here and there can
make a big impact on your weight loss journey and how much weight you lose each week.
In this article, I will discuss how to cut 100 or more calories out of your diet without giving up everything
I will also describe the importance of tracking your calories and making sure you calorie intake is correct for
your body’s needs and your weight loss goals.
Follow these simple tips and tricks and you will be dropping the pounds in no time!
The easiest way to cut 100 calories out of your diet is to examine what you drink each day. Often times, 100
calories can come in the form of a can of pop, a cup of coffee, or a glass of fruit juice.
To quickly decrease your caloric intake, try slowly weaning yourself off these liquids and drinking more water
during the day. Not only is water 0 calories, it also helps keep you full and more energized during the day. While
it may be hard in the beginning, switching to water has many positive side effects and can influence your waist
Another thing to consider when trying to cut out calories is your portion size. By reducing your portion size,
you can easily cut out 100 calories from your meals. Next time you have dinner or order out, try cutting your
portions in half. You may feel hungry after (because you body is used to such big portions), but after a couple
days you will find that you body can adjust to it and you will start feeling full and satisfied.
Weighing and measuring your food is also a great way to cut out unnecessary calories. By making sure you are
getting exactly a cup of rice or 6 grams of chicken breast, you can accurately calculate your daily calories and lose weight faster.
As I just mentioned, tracking your calories is an essential part of weight loss. Knowing how much you consume
each day can help you identify times during the day where you eat to much or foods that are high in calories.
Cutting these foods out or reducing your portions can certainly make a difference in your weight loss. Tracking
your calories also allows you to stay accountable and realize where your nutrition is lacking.
Lastly, a great way to cut out 100 calories from your diet is to find foods that are similar but lower in
calories. For example, if you enjoy banana cream pudding at night, try finding a 0 calorie pudding that you can
Or, if you like a chocolate bar in the middle of the day, try switching it with a healthy granola or protein
bar. There are a lot of substitutions that you can make that will often cut out 100 or more calories!
Keep these tips and tricks in mind the next time you reach for that pop or chocolate bar. Start by making just
one healthy choice a day and I guarantee you will see amazing progress!