Try topping salads with a squeeze of lemon or lime. These citrus alternatives flavor your salad without packing on fat and calories. High-fat dressings are one of the top soures of fat, and by eliminating salad dressing that has creams and fats, you can have a salad without worrying about the effect it will have on your waistline or cholesterol levels.
A great diet system to try is the 6 to 1 system. This is where you stick firmly to your diet 6 days out of the week and on the 7th day, you can enjoy the types of foods you really want to eat. The great part about this diet is the less you eat of those bad foods, the less you will ultimately crave them.
Check online before heading out to dinner at a restaurant, and locate the menu's nutrition facts. Review the menu online and decide what you are going to order ahead of time, and stick to it. A lot of seemingly healthy items on a menu can be loaded with hidden fats and calories. Decide before you go, and you won't be tricked into consuming more calories than you wanted.
Do you think you are eating healthy but the weight is still not coming off? Sugar may be the problem! Look for hidden sugar in your diet. Items that you would never think of as "sweet" foods, like spaghetti sauce and canned soups, often have loads of hidden sugar in them. Be sure to check the labels before you buy!