Eat Balanced Macronutrients
The second principal is to balance your macronutrients by eating lean proteins, healthy carbohydrates, and healthy fats at every meal. Autumn explained, "We usually don't have an issue taking in carbohydrates or even fat for that matter, but a lot of times it's the wrong types of carbohydrates or fats." Choose complex carbs like sweet potatoes, fruit, and whole grains, and choose monounsaturated fats such as avocado, nuts, and olive oil.
As for protein, instead of making a meal out of one enormous steak and that's it, have a smaller portion of meat with some roasted asparagus and mashed potatoes (keep the skins on for more nutrients and fibre). And while a big salad is full of fibre and vitamins, make sure to add some healthy fats like sunflower seeds, and protein like baked tofu or hard oiled eggs to keep you satiated and energized. "Having a balance between these three macronutrients at each meal will help you lose weight," Autumn said.