Hilton Head Diet Week 4 Weight Check In and Dieting Tips

Founder of MoChi Fitness, Dawna Hudson started the Hilton Head Metabolism Diet to lose 15 pounds, and has completed Week 3 (Booster Phase).

Dawna’s already lost 30 pounds on the MoChi Diet and wants to lose the rest through clean and balanced eating and exercise. Her starting weight was 149.5 pounds and after 3 weeks, she’s moved down to 143.5 pounds! She only has 6 more pounds to lose and she’s so excited! Dawna will continue checking in with video updates of her weight loss progress so make sure to stay motivated and follow along on the MoChi Fitness Facebook Page and MoChi Fitness Blog!

Read on for some helpful Hilton Head dieting tips!

Each week you will buy foods that are fresh. Below are some ideas and information to keep in mind as you stock your kitchen:

  • To add calorie-free flavor to everything you cook, you’ll want a selection of spices on hand… Garlic and onion powder, thyme, oregano, curry, paprika, cumin, cayenne pepper, and cinnamon. Fresh basil is best, but dried basil can be substituted.
  • Often recipes call for a small amount of ingredient, for instance spaghetti sauce. When possible, freeze the remaining portion in an ice cube tray, then pop out and store in plastic bags in the freezer for the next time you make the spaghetti.
  • Read labels to be sure whole wheat or whole grains are the primary ingredients. Look for hidden sugars (any ingredient ending in “-ose” like sucrose and fructose) and fats.
  • Your body needs carbohydrates for energy, and the best sources are whole grains. The higher fiber grains keep your blood sugar and insulin in control. This may prevent the development of type II diabetes.

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