People Who Reach Their Weight Loss Goals Eat More Of This Food

Losing weight can be a struggle. When you don't see the number on the scale budge, not even a little, it can be easy to get down on yourself. It is hard to know what to do or where to turn for help. One of the smartest things you could do, is examine the habits and lifestyle of people who have already succeeded! Using data from 150 million users trying to lose weight with the MyFitness App, researchers revealed that users who came within 5% of reaching their goal ate almost 30% more fiber than people who failed to meet their goals  (if you'd like to kick start a healthy lifestyle, check out the the over 80 hours of on demand workouts available with SweatFlix℠). [bctt tweet="People Who Reach Their Weight Loss Goals Eat More Of This Food"] natural remedies for tummy troubles   So what is it about fiber that helps people lose weight? According to Keri Gans R.D., the answer is pretty simple. “Fiber digests slowly, therefore it keeps you fuller for longer,” she says. “If you are more satiated you are less likely to overeat.” Filling up on fiber rich foods, like avocado, oatmeal, lentils and kale can prevent you from running for a sugary snack come mid-afternoon. And it wasn't just more fiber these weight loss winners were eating. They also ate more cauliflower, raw fruit, grains, olive oil, coconut oil, almonds, and yogurt. If you'd like to find a way to work more of these weight loss helpers into your diet, we've got your solution! The BodyRock Meal Plans provide you with all the information and know-how you need to reach your goals and build healthy habits for life. The Meal Plan covers everyone from meat eaters to vegans and takes virtually all the guess work out of meal prep. We provide you with a weekly grocery list so all you have to do is buy the ingredients and follow along! We are talking 30 days worth of real, whole, exciting, flavorful meals and snacks  that will satisfy your taste buds! What are you waiting for? Get your Meal Plan here! Has fiber helped you meet your weight loss goals? Source: Women's Health

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