What Should I Eat to Lose Weight

What Should I Eat to Lose Weight

What Should I Eat to Lose Weight? 

Posted on July 8th, 2020

If you are trying to lose weight, burn off fat or drop a few sizes, you might wonder “what foods can I eat to lose weight?”


While there aren’t specific “fat-burning” foods, there are foods that are lower in carbs, sugar and calories that tend to support your efforts to lose weight. 


In order to lower your body fat, you will need to eat smaller portions and focus on foods that won’t allow your body to store fat. 


Here are 10 foods you can eat to lose weight by lowering your body fat levels.


This juicy summer fruit is refreshing and delicious. It is approximately 92% water, but contains nutrients, amino acids and antioxidants. You will get Vitamin A, B6 and C with every serving of watermelon. The fruit does have a significant amount of natural sugar, so don’t overdo it. But enjoy watermelon as a treat to supplement a healthy weight-loss diet!


Did you know that you actually burn calories eating celery? While there isn’t a lot of clear research, some studies have found that the body takes more calories to burn celery through chewing and digestion. You can add a sugar-free, natural nut butter (like peanut butter or almond butter) to add some healthy fats and protein to your celery for a more filling meal. But munch away on celery for a snack if you are hoping to lower your body fat levels.


All those dark, leafy greens are so good for you! Try to pack greens into every meal you can. Greens are easy to add to smoothies, use for salads or add to soups, rice and stews. For an easy “fat-burning” smoothie recipe try:


  • Juice of 1 grapefruit, chilled
  • 1 cup kale or other leafy green
  • 1 cup frozen pineapple chunks
  • ½ avocado
  • Fresh ginger root, peeled and grated (optional)


Blend together and drink cold! Consider adding a banana instead of an avocado for a slightly sweeter version. Use coconut water instead of grapefruit if you don’t like the tart taste of grapefruit. You can also substitute the grapefruit juice for fresh lemon juice and add a dash of cayenne pepper for that extra kick of a common detox drink! This is a great morning drink to help get your metabolism going and stave off hunger later in the day!

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Greens can be hard to get into your diet as much as you might want. A Detox Organics Daily Superfoods Shake offers 25 superfoods and other important ingredients in every serving to provide the nutrients you need. Not only is this shake going to supplement your nutrients, it tastes amazing! The chocolate flavor can be added to water, milk, milk substitutes (like coconut milk or almond milk), coffee and more! Try adding it to other ingredients for an Immune Boosting Wellness Shake or a filling Vanilla Protein Smoothie!

Low-Sugar Dairy

Cheese, low-sugar yogurt, cream cheese, sour cream, natural butter and cottage cheese are all foods that are fairly high in protein are great foods for helping you stay full and energized without increasing body fat. You may choose full-fat dairy for the healthy fats that come with it, since healthy fats tend to lower your cholesterol and blood sugar.


As we’ve mentioned, foods high in protein will help you stay full longer. Choose low-sodium (lightly salted) nuts, chicken, eggs and other sources that are high in protein to help reduce how much you need to eat throughout the day. Pork rinds aren’t exactly healthy for you, but they are high in protein and can be a good weight loss snack if you are struggling with the munchies (better yet, grab a Daily Superfoods Shake to curb those cravings!).

Healthy Fats

Foods, like fish and eggs, are high in and Omega-3 fatty acids. These are really important for your skin, brain and a lower risk of heart disease. Look for ways to get salmon, tuna, catfish, cod and other types of fish into your diet. You can bake, smoke or roast your fish to get a variety of flavors. For those that really dislike fish, a fish oil supplement pill could be really helpful for your joint health!

Low Carb Vegetables

Vegetables are always your friend when you are trying to lose weight! Starchy vegetables, like potatoes and corn, tend to process as sugars in the body. Some vegetables are also high in natural sugars, like carrots and bell peppers, so you will want to keep your servings smaller. But vegetables, like broccoli and cauliflower, are some of the best foods for weight loss. Green beans, lima beans and asparagus are all great vegetables for boosting the nutrients your body needs and filling your stomach in ways that won’t add body fat.


Drink ALL the water when you are trying to lose weight! Water is what helps your body detox, cleaning out waste and hydrating your system. Aim for at least 8 full glasses of water throughout the day, especially on hot days or days you are exercising. Water will help your body clear out ingredients that aren’t good and tend to linger in your system.


Not necessarily good for weight loss on its own, oatmeal can be a good weight loss food in the morning. Make your oatmeal with a low sugar milk or milk substitute to get the healthy fats and proteins. Mix in berries, nuts or chia seeds to really boost your oatmeal bowl nutrients. When you eat this in the morning, it helps you stay full throughout part of the day and fuels your body with the healthy energy it needs. Oatmeal is a grain that isn’t very low in carbs, but when used as a low-sugar breakfast food, it supports weight loss.

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