Lemons can support natural detoxification and reduce sugar cravings, enabling your body to heal itself naturally.
Try adding lemon juice to a glass of water first thing in the morning or squeezing fresh lemon juice over your salads for a natural, zesty dressing. You will love what lemons and other citrus fruits can do for you.
Eggs are an excellent source of protein and therefore can play a major role in supporting natural weight loss. They’re a great form of slow release energy to keep you going throughout the day. I love to add hard boiled eggs to a fresh green salad with any other chopped up vegetables that I have in the refrigerator. They also make healthy travel snacks.
Rich in fiber, loaded with antioxidants, and overall an amazing vegetable, broccoli is a great choice to include in your diet. You can use broccoli in so many different dishes or just serve it on it’s own, steamed with a dash of sea salt and fresh lemon juice.
Oatmeal is loaded with fiber and is a great source of complex carbohydrates to keep you feeling fuller for longer. A bowl of cooked oatmeal sprinkled with cinnamon is a great way to start your day. If you are gluten-sensitive, make sure to buy gluten-free oatmeal only.
7. Wild Salmon
Salmon is another source of good fat, and is also an excellent choice for protein. It’s a very versatile food that can be enjoyed by itself as a snack or served with fresh salad and vegetables. The good fats in wild salmon keeps your brain healthy and will give you a natural energy boost and support weight loss.
Avocados are the perfect example of a food high in good fats, and are something that you can eat in abundance, since they keep you feeling nourished and satisfied.
Eating a diet that is high in fat (unlike one that is high in sugar) allows your body to sense when you have eaten enough food and to let you know when you are full. Listening to and connecting to your body in this intuitive way will allow you to best know what to eat and when.