How To Make Eating Low-Calorie Healthy Foods Enjoyable

When making the transition into a healthier and more active lifestyle it can be hard to adjust your diet. You may find healthy foods to be bland or difficult to eat. It can be especially hard when you’re on a calorie deficit to lose weight and are trying to find low-calorie meals that are filling and taste good. 
The Warrior Lifestyle Program is an amazing 360-degree program designed to give you a better relationship with food while supplying you with low-calorie, tasty, and savory recipes. In today’s blog, we'll discuss the ways in which low-calorie healthy meals can be enjoyable to eat and also share recipes you can try for your next meals courtesy of the Warrior Lifestyle Program. 

The Importance Of Color When Eating

You may be drawn to junk and processed foods because they come in pretty colors or packaging. Our brains are attracted to color and use that as a way to choose what to eat. To get your brain to be more drawn to healthy meals you can serve them on colorful plates. By seeing these dishes on an array of colored plates your mind will be tricked into wanting to try those low-calorie meals. It also helps when the food itself has vibrant colors as well. The Warrior Lifestyle Program offers several recipes that use unprocessed whole foods that are rich in not only color but flavor too. 


When eating low-calorie meals, you may find the taste to be bland and not as good as the high-calorie meals you’re used to consuming. Well, what if we told you that the key to having your low-calorie meals taste amazing was seasoning? Yep, that’s right, you can get rid of the old myth of avoiding salt to lose weight. Seasoning helps to intensify and enhance the natural flavors in food. It can take your meals from flat and tasteless to savory and flavorful.  When you use the Warrior Lifestyle Program you get diverse recipes for meals that mix and match different seasonings to create unbeatable taste and flavoring.

Whole Foods Vs Processed Foods 

Being on a calorie-deficit diet is not always easy. It can leave you hangry and wanting to consume more food than normal. The reason we overeat is because we are not full. Often times you find yourself gorging on processed high calories foods to get that full feeling. What you probably don’t know is just how powerful whole foods can be when it comes to keeping you full. Eating two apples which equals 200 calories will leave you fuller and more satisfied than eating a 200-calorie bag of potato chips. Unlike junk foods, whole foods are high in fiber and protein, a large component in keeping you satiated for long periods of time. The Warrior Lifestyle Program exposes you to different whole foods and meals you can eat that keep you full and on the right track with your goals.

Beginner Friendly Low-Calorie Recipes 

Green Citrus Energy Smoothie 

Calories: 398 
Serving Size: 1
  • 2 Cups Baby Spinach 
  • 2 Scoops Hemp Protein Powder 
  • 2 Large Mandarin Oranges and 1/2 Grapefruit already prepped in Ziplock bags) 
  • 1 Tbsp Chia Seeds 
  • 1 1/2 Cups water 
Method: Blend all ingredients in a blender, pour into a shaker cup, and be on your way. 
Note: All ingredients except protein powder can be stored in advance in Ziplock bags for an easy, grab and go breakfast that will start your day off with a high energy boost! 

Greek Chopped Pita Salad 

Calories: 521 
Serving Size: 1  
  • 2 cups romaine lettuce 
  • 2 tablespoons crumbled feta cheese 
  • 1/4 cup canned garbanzo beans, rinsed and drained 
  • 1/2 cup cucumber, sliced 
  • 1 whole wheat pita, chopped 
  • 2 tablespoons low-fat vinaigrette 
  • 2 ounces of grilled protein of choice 
Method: Combine all ingredients in a bowl and enjoy. 
We hope this blog has given you more knowledge on learning how to eat low-calorie healthy meals. Of course, it’s never an easy transition but with practice and time you’ll find yourself in love with eating whole unprocessed meals. The Warrior Lifestyle Program is a great tool that helps you overcome your struggles with food with healthy meal plans and nutritional strength modules. If you’d like to learn more about the program or how to join you can visit the website Warrior Lifestyle Program. 

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