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Trying to lose weight? Striving to lead a healthier lifestyle, but not sure where to begin? If you answered yes to one or both of those questions, you may want to consider cutting specific ingredients out of your diet to get what you’re looking for. Health and wellness coach Natalie K. Frazier helps her clients achieve their ideal body weights using plant-based diets that eliminate certain food groups. She even lost 30 pounds and has kept if off by following her own program. Frazier, a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, breaks down the basics of what you need to know about cutting out specific ingredients, tips for ditching them and how that might benefit you. So, head to your cabinet and revamp it to finally reach your ideal weight or just get healthy.

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  • RaiseTheBar

    This is excellent information!

    I was a “sugar addict” who wasn’t aware of her addiction until 1 day when I used a belt to hold up a pair of pants that was usually so tight in the waist I’d unbutton the top button for relief.

    I was clueless of the ramifications of my 1 decision to stop bringing certain “food-like” items in my home. My “Lifestyle” change wasn’t conscious, so I have to credit the Universe with divine intervention. In 7 days of no CCC-Cakes, Cookies or Candy, there was a noticeable reduction in my waistline; in 4 months I experienced a 10-lb. weight reduction — no dieting.

    In addition to the article’s recommendations, I recommend drinking water, water and more water. Also, add apple cider vinegar to one’s diet; it’s an excellent appetite suppressant and in my case, probably played a major role in breaking my addiction.

  • Just about all of those food ingredients are excluded on the paleodiet.