Treat Free Diet


 Summary:

Fat: 15%-25%
Protein: 15%-25%
Total Carbohydrates: 50%-70%
Sugars: 0%-25%
Total Daily Calories: 1200-1400
Total Daily Exercise: > 30 minutes/day
Water Intake: > 64 oz.

(SmartyMommy's food tips)

 Foods you can have

Breads, Grains, Cereals, Pasta, Rice
Meat and Fish
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Vegetables and Legumes (e.g. Beans)
Dairy Products - Milk, Cheese, etc
Eggs and Egg Substitutes
Nuts and Seeds
Fats and Oils
Herbs, Spices, Sauces
Beverages
Others, Snacks, Sweets, etc

Not OK
Unfavorable
Moderation
OK
Favorable

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 How To Follow Treat Free Diet:

Be firm with yourself. Really make the decision that you are going to follow and then do it! Make it a day to remember. The day that you decided to make better lifestyle choices! Make a turning point, make it a big enough change that you can look back and say, "That is the day I started this diet and started losing weight!"
     
  by member SmartyMommy
member since: 29 Apr 10
 

More Treat Free Diet Info



SmartyMommy's top tips

1.Keep a food journal and stay under your allotted calories each day.
2.Exercise daily so it becomes habit.
3.Keep your calories burned greater than your calories consumed. 3500 calories = 1 pound. A deficit of 500/day is a pound a week.
4.Drink at least 64 oz of water a day.
5.Use fruits and vegetables to keep you full, and to get daily nutrition needs. Also, if night time eating is hard for you, just don't eat after 7 PM (or whatever you need to do).
6.Stay away from treats. Give yourself a fun challenge and go on a treat free diet. See how long you can last. Go all the way to your goal weight if you can! It's actually kind of fun to turn down a treat because you are treat free.

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  Why choose "Treat Free Diet"?
 Promotes long term weight loss
 Teaches sustainable weight loss skills
 Reduces the risks of diet-related diseases
 A roadmap for a healthier lifestyle

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