What’s more, processed foods are engineered to make you eat as much as possible. They are much more likely to cause addictive-like eating than unprocessed foods.
On average, Americans eat about 15 teaspoons of added sugar each day. This amount is usually hidden in various processed foods, so you may be consuming a lot of sugar without even realizing it.
Drinking water before meals may also lead to reduced calorie intake, especially for middle-aged and older people.
Coffee drinking may support weight loss by increasing energy levels and the amount of calories you burn.