You are what you eat
Zotrim will help you eat less, but be aware of what you do eat, as this also has a high impact on your calorie intake and thus your weight.
The biggest single change you can make is to reduce the amount of fat in your diet. Fat contains more than twice as many calories as the equivalent weight of protein or carbohydrate and alcohol.
Which of the below high fat foods do you eat on a regular basis?
- Butter, margarine
- Full fat cheese
- Whole milk
- Meat with visible fat
- Sausages, burgers, pate, salami, and tinned meats
- Chips, roast potatoes
- Fried food and pastry
- Nuts, olives, crisps, tortilla chips
- Cakes and biscuits
- Creamy puddings and cheesecake
- Mayonnaise, salad cream
- Creamy sauces
- Peanut butter
- Chocolate, toffee, fudge
Now target the high fat foods that are regularly in your diet, and replace them with lower fat and lower calorie alternatives.
- Ditch the frying pan and use the grill instead – almost anything that is fried can be grilled or poached.
- Try banning butter, margarine, full fat milk, cream and mayonnaise from your shopping trolley and fridge.
- BEWARE of hidden fat in many processed foods. Check out the labels of your favourite foods and ensure you know exactly what you are eating.
- FAST food is almost always FAT food so if you must indulge occasionally certainly do not ‘supersize’.
Controlling the calorie content of what you eat whilst taking Zotrim will speed up your weight loss.