Low-Calorie Diet: A sustainable weight-loss plan requires you to look into a combination of factors, one of them being managing your ‘calorie-intake’.
If only losing weight was just about cutting back on extra fries and eating a little less, we could have all given it a try and succeeded. But as it turns out, starving oneself is possibly one of the worst weight-loss strategies according to many nutritionists. A sustainable weight-loss plan requires you to look into a combination of factors, one of them being managing your ‘calorie-intake’.
A calorie is a unit of energy, you eat anything and it will produce calories that will help generate energy in your body. To simplify it further, if you eat food with excess calories, the extra calories tend to get stored as fat. This is why you need to choose foods that are low in calories and high in nutrition, so that the calories you ingest are not empty calories.
If you look around, there are plenty of low-cal foods that could make it to your diet, and no, you need not even be a skilled chef to be able to enjoy its flavours. Sometimes, even a simple salad can do the trick.