Pump Up the Protein

Going on a high protein diet can help you control hunger and blood sugar spikes, which, in turn, will help you lose weight. Gradually add extra protein to each meal. Remember, calories still count! You’ll want to make good choices when you pick your protein. Choose protein sources that are nutrient-rich and lower in fat and calories, such as:
• Lean meats
• Seafood
• Beans
• Soy
• Low-fat dairy

The War on Sugar

The War on Sugar
The War on Sugar
According to Dr Oz:

“Sugar acts directly in the brain to inhibit the effect of leptin and increased appetite so you never feel full. So then you keep eating, and you become leptin-resistant … What you need to do is break the addiction by detoxing the liver, which has stopped metabolizing fat properly. Sugar consumption causes fat to build up in liver cells, which decreases the liver’s ability to metabolize fats and sugars and detoxify your body.” 

The substitution of sugar with healthier foods is one of the first steps to rapid weight loss.