Load up on low-carb veggies.
Rather than restricting, focus on adding in more good foods into your diet, and more vitamins, minerals and fiber.
"Try to include non-starchy veggies such as broccoli, carrots, cucumber or zucchini at lunch and dinner daily. Make sure your kitchen is always stocked with fresh pre-cut, frozen steam-in-bag, and canned, low-sodium veggies to help make it easier to meet this goal," Hyman says.
For a visual of how to put this plan into action, Elizabeth Huggins, RDN, a registered dietitian nutritionist in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, suggests portioning your plate into sections."Fill a third to a half of your plate with low-carbohydrate veggies. Next, add a lean protein and a starch, each taking up about a quarter of the plate," Huggins says.
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