If you’re looking to lose weight in 2018, consider rethinking your breakfast.
In her diet book “Target 100,” weight-loss expert Liz Josefsberg says that planning out a week’s worth of healthy morning meals not only provides you with the right kind of fuel, it helps you make better food choices later in the day.
“It’s the perfect starting point,” Josefsberg, 46, tells The Post, noting that it’s easier to adopt a healthy-eating lifestyle if you start small — as opposed to radically reinventing your diet from top to bottom.
“You’ll feel like a rock star because you did something good for yourself at the start of the day,” adds the former director of brand advocacy for Weight Watchers who’s coached celebrities such as Jennifer Hudson and Jessica Simpson.
When it comes to making breakfast more exciting, Josefsberg encourages readers to “think outside the cereal box” — and aim for a meal containing 250 to 500 calories and 20 to 35 grams of carbs or fewer. (To find out what kind of breakfast is right for you, take Josefsberg’s “Breakfast Challenge below.