1. Not Eating Enough Protein
Studies show that protein both increases your metabolic rate and helps reduce appetite because protein requires energy to metabolize.
2. Not Cutting Back on Carbs
Cutting carbs is a very effective way to lose weight, when people do that, their appetite tends to go down and they eat fewer calories automatically.
3. Still Eating a Low-Fat Diet
Bear in mind the universal advice to eat a low-fat diet was never based on good science.
4. Thinking That Fruit Juices Are Healthy
Fruit juice is often perceived as healthy… it must be, because it comes from fruit, right? Well, not always, sometimes “fruit juice” is actually just fruit flavored Sugar water.
5. You refuel with sports drinks
Sports drinks are meant to replace fluid and electrolytes that are lost when you sweat excessively, and are suitable after endurance sports like a soccer game or marathon.
6. You skip the dressing on salad
Vegetables contain fat-soluble vitamins A, E and K, and a host of antioxidants that require fat to be absorbed. If you skip the oil and vinegar, you miss out on key nutrients from the salad.
7. Not Eating Real Food
When it comes to optimal health, people tend to get lost in the details. They miss the forest for the trees.
8. Thinking That You Need to Eat 5-6 Times per Day
Many people seem to think that it is best to eat 5-6 small meals per day. They say that you need breakfast in the morning to “jump start metabolism” and then eat every 2-3 hours to “stoke the metabolic flame.” You are likely to end up not making perfect food choices and it will take very good planning.
9. Throwing Away the Yolks
Eggs are among the most nutritious foods on the planet. Just think about it… the nutrients in a whole egg contain all the building blocks needed to turn a single fertilized cell into an entire baby chicken.
10. Thinking That All That Matters is Calories
The excessive focus on calories is one of the biggest mistakes in the history of nutrition.
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