8 Healthy Whole Foods That Could Slow Weight Loss
Eating mostly whole foods in lieu of processed ones is a common weight-loss and maintenance strategy. And it’s a good one, because fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and lean proteins are likely to help you stay full longer, meaning you’ll have less room for the not-so-wholesome stuff. It’s also a way of eating that supports a healthy lifestyle that’s sustainable for the long term.
But as many who have done the Whole30 diet or other similar “clean eating” plans discover, just because you’re eating healthy foods doesn’t necessarily mean you can eat an unlimited amount of those foods and still lose weight.