Eliminate Hidden Sugars: If you are buying packaged foods, then read the label very carefully. Avoid foods whose sugar content is more than 5 grams.
Eat Fat: Contrary to popular belief, eating fat does not make you fat. Fat is required in the body for many of its functions. The aim is to control the portion size as fat contains a higher amount of calories. Fat makes you fuller so that you eat less. Include foods such as almonds and walnuts as they are healthy snacks.
Restrict Fruit Intake: Fruits are good for you as they are a good source of various Vitamins and antioxidants. However, one of the downsides of fruits is that they contain fructose, which is fruit sugar. fruits that are low on sugar such as watermelon, guava and pear.
Take healthy when you go out: Go for salads without the fat-filled dressings; you could ask for a sprinkle of olive oil and some spices.