How to Stop Eating Unhealthy Food

If you are not able to resist hunger, it isn’t really your fault.

When your body is telling you that you need food, your willpower can’t work.

If you’re hungry, you’re going to want food, period.

So how to resist hunger?

How to avoid the temptation to eat unhealthy foods?

The best solution is – Remove the bad stuff and replacing it with healthier options.

It’s simple… Swap out unhealthy food for a healthier option.

What we’re trying to teach you over here is – Don't eliminate a bad habit, instead replace it with a good habit.

Choose a substitute for your bad habit.

For example, instead of white bread, we will suggest you choose brown bread which will give you a healthy swap to white bread.

Because brown bread provides more fiber and protein than white bread, replacing white bread with the brown bread can help increase your fiber and protein intake.

(1 slice of 30g white bread contains 80 calories, 15g carbs, 0.8g fiber and 2.5g protein. 1 slice of 30g brown bread contains 77 calories, 14g carbs, 1.2g fiber and 3.1g protein)

Let’s look at some other examples of healthy swaps.

  • Choose brown rice instead of white rice because brown rice is much higher in protein, fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
  • Choose boiled mung beans instead of paratha because boiled mung beans provide more protein and less carbs. Plus, they’re delicious, versatile and easy to add to your lifestyle.
  • Choose boiled sweet potato instead of French fries because boiled sweet potato has more fiber and very less fat.

In short, all you have to do is – Shift to healthier food alternatives. That’s it.

What's next?

If you’re interested in making simple changes into your day–to–day life that can reap big rewards, start our 90-Day Lifestyle Change Program.

(No Temporary Diets, Only Lifestyle Changes)