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Jennifer Cohen, Weight Watchers’ spokeswoman and author of No Gym Required, warns to not just choose foods because they're marketed as "good for weight loss." Instead, choose what foods you're going to eat based on their nutritional value and health benefits. By eating healthy foods that are rich in nutrients, you're sure to lose weight pretty effortlessly.
"Before you plan a shopping trip or order out, look up the nutritional value of the foods you're considering and ask yourself if your list matches up with your needs and goals," Cohen says.
Tried and tested strategies from Jackie Warner, Tara Stiles, and more top experts
Tried and tested strategies from Jackie Warner, Tara Stiles, and more top experts.
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