Simple sure, but how many people really do it? Try mixing and matching fresh vegetables for variety. Besides the numerous health benefits, most veggies are full of fiber, which will fill you up, as well as burn more calories than eating other foods. Yes, frozen vegetables are just fine. In fact, frozen fruits and vegetables have shown to be more likely to hold their nutrient value versus fresh because of things like the time they sit after being picked before you have them at home and eat them.
2.Go Ahead And Snack
Just snack on good stuff, like raisins, nuts (especially almonds), veggies and most fruit. Not dried fruit, though. Have you ever looked at the calorie count and ingredients of most mixed nut and fruit “trail mix” products? It's not pretty!
3. Speaking Of Nuts, Add Nuts To Your Yogurt And Salads.
Chopped nuts make a great alternative to "breaded" style garnishes like croutons.
4. Specific Food Combinations Can Help To Burn Calories By Ramping Up Your Metabolism.