Nutritionist Told Her To Do 3 Simple Things And She Dropped 150 Pounds.
Mandie broke down the calories she ingested to a healthier percentage than she was used to.
She got 50 percent of her calories from protein, 25 percent of them from fat, and 35 percent of them from carbs. This allowed her to start losing weight. But she had to have eggs or overnight oats for breakfast, and her only morning snack included a protein shake.
The rest of the meals during the day varied, but were always balanced, nutritious, and satisfying.
For lunch, she had a chicken Caesar salad with low-fat Greek yogurt as a dressing. She also had turkey meatballs with spaghetti squash, or chili for variety. She had the calorie thing packed, she just had to hire a personal trainer to gain confidence when she worked out, and to stop comparing herself with others.
Given how many hours between lunch and dinner, it's only natural that she'd have a snack.
Her afternoon snack included yogurt with fruit, a pepperoni stick, an apple, or crackers with cheese, and by dinner time, veggies with lean meat like seafood or chicken were the norm, and as you can see, it paid off. She hopes her journey will help others realize that dieting requires consistency and patience.
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