Eat Healthy & Still Feel Full (Recipes included)

1. Spiced Green Tea Smoothie

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Rule: Forget about soda

Sodas are made of sugars! Try boiling and you will see just how much. My perfect replacement to that has been healthy smoothies! Green tea has been proven to be effective weight loss. This spiced green tea is a quick new way to enjoy yourself while being healthy.

2. Banana And Almond Butter Toast

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Rule: Never skip breakfast

Never miss your breakfast, because who wouldn’t love such a wonderful start to the day! Just around 250 Calories, and you’re full until noon. You must be wondering, how did almond butter fit into a healthy diet? It contains monounsaturated fats and protein that holds hunger away.

3. BBQ Turkey Burger

Rule: Eat to lose

To workout, our body needs energy, and that comes from food. So substituting those meals with hunger will not do any good. Eat well to gain that energy for your workout. After all the sacrifices you make to keep your diet on track, a cheat meal is worth it! But what if your cheat meal isn’t really a cheat meal, but still as helpful as the rest? Replace beef with turkey and enjoy your burger without compromising on your efforts. And the best part is a burger with just 325 calories.

4. Chocolate Dipped Banana Bites

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Rule: Overcome snack cravings

Yes! You will certainly enjoy every little bite of this amazing combination. This is a great way to overcome high-calorie cravings with healthy snacks. Bananas dipped in chocolate, how hard could that be? With only 190 calories per serving, it is as light as can be.

5. Dark Chocolate And Oat Clusters

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Rule: Guilt-free treat

How many times did you give a second and third look to every sweet that came along your way? For me, probably every single time. This little recipe calmed me down every time I went crazy. Oats is full of starch, and dark chocolate has healthy fats, perfectly satiating hunger.

6. Pan Grilled Salmon With Pineapple Salsa

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Rule: Low GL foods

Salmon is a very obvious part of any organized diet plan, because its salmon and everyone love salmon. This being lean protein, it is very nutritious and helps maintain a healthy heart as it contains omega 3s. After cooking the fish in less than 10 minutes, ready it with the pineapple salsa for a fun flavor.

7. Spice Up Sweet Potatoes 

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Rule: Forget Starch Foods

This isn’t grilled or fried. Rightly heated to get the sweetness out and you are ready to take in healthy sweet potatoes. While heating and grilling, you can get the rest of the ingredients ready and look forward to this dish, and before you realize, it’s ready to serve.

 

Check out these link for full recipes: http://www.lifehack.org/391006/healthy-eating-plan-rules-eat-healthy-without-starving?mtype=daily_newsletter&mid=20160428_customized&uid=827289&action=click&ref=mail