After you get a body contouring done like Coolsculpting, you may think that you are in the clear and although your new results are worth showing off, it’s important that you continue to eat right so that new fat doesn’t develop. The good news is that since summer is here, it’s easier to eat a diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables and without added sugar. Rather than snacking on chips and other treats that aren’t Let’s take a closer look at
Watermelon isn’t just healthy because it’s primarily water, it makes it low in calories. The fun thing about watermelon is that you don’t just have to slice it and eat it like you usually would. Try these fun ways to mix up your watermelon.
- Blend It: If you put a bunch of slices of watermelon (without the rind) in the blender, you can mix it up and make watermelon juice. This fun treat is the perfect drink to cool down with after a long day.
- Spice It Up: If you want more of a salty snack, then squeeze some fresh lime and put some chili powder on your watermelon. This Mexican influenced snack is low fat, delicious, and will satisfy most of your cravings.
- Add Cheese: Add some mozzarella cheese and basil to your watermelon and you suddenly have a caprese themed salad that’s low fat and would make a great meal.
Cucumber is another summer treat that is affordable, delicious, and will satisfy salty cravings if you put a little bit of fresh sea salt on it. Plus, if you have little ones, they also love to eat slices or sticks of fresh cucumber.
Peach season is almost here; can you smell it? Peaches are another low-calorie fresh fruit snack that you can eat. Whether you prefer them on their own, as a yogurt topping, or even with a little scoop of ice cream (If you’re feeling daring), peaches can make any summertime snack so much better.
Coolsculpting is a great way to target unwanted, stubborn fat but we still encourage patients to make healthy choices even after they get it done. To learn more about Cooslcupting, contact our Brookhaven office and call (770) 736-5206.
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