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Smart Weight Loss March 2018

In the March 2018 issue of Smart Weight Loss Tips Mag, learn easy ways to get fit for less money, worthless foods to drop from your diet, no-sweat workouts for body-sculpting, and more. We hope February was good to you and that you're ready to take on the next season. Our team is certainly ready for the change, and we have plenty of new weight loss advice for you at the ready.


4 TASTY AVOCADOS Avocados are a great treat - they can go with both sweet and savory dishes, and they are perfect for making food more flavorful and filling. Add them to chicken and broccoli to make it a little more luxurious tasting, or try it as a dip, so that you aren’t wasting calories on sugar and sweetener. It will fill you up, and cut the carbs. 5 UNLOVED EGGS Eggs were demonized in the 1980s and 90s, but for no good reason. Eggs are good for you. They contain b-vitamins, choline and omega-3 fatty acids, and they are good for your brain, nervous system and cardiovascular system. They are rich in healthy fats and they are also good as a source of protein. There was a concern that the cholesterol in eggs could be harmful, but more recent research shows that there is no link between cholesterol in the diet and cholesterol in your blood. The cholesterol in eggs is good for a man’s testosterone production and eggs fill you up too, which means that you will be less inclined to snack throughout the day - making it easier to maintain a calorie deficit and lose weight. 102 | March 2018

6 LOTS OF NUTS Nuts are a good source of proteins and fats - look for almonds, pistachios and walnuts because these contain a good profile of different nutrients. People who consume a wide range of nuts (not just peanuts) are leaner, and tend to have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Nut butter can be a good source of fats, but it is important that you moderate your portion sizes, and look for brands that do not have added sugar. Remember that nuts are calorie dense so it is incredibly easy to accidentally over-indulge, especially if you are not used to having them in your diet. March 2018 I 103