#3 Spice Up Your Food
For the most part, you’ll be relying on lean meats, eggs, fruits, and vegetables for the majority of your diet. If you were used to ordering takeout multiple times per week, it probably wouldn’t hurt to get yourself a cookbook or to look up some recipes online.
You’ll want to try to mix in as many different recipes as you can throughout the week to keep your meal plan from getting boring or stale. Condiments such as mustard and hot sauce are simple, easy additions to meals that are low fat and provide a large amount of flavor. Be wary of certain sauces or salad dressings. These can make a healthy meal worse than the types of meals you were eating before you began to diet.
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