Originally Answered: What are some low calorie foods that will keep me full?
I've been having the same problem. I've been trying to turn foods I like into something low calorie rather than looking for new things. Like for breakfast, instead of doing omlettes, because cheese is really fattening, I will scramble eggs and mix it with salsa. It tastes great, and isn't as fattening as it would have been. I've just been going through foods and trying to find substitutes. I really love cheeseburgers, but they are bad when you eat them out. Instead of ordering it, I make it at home. I use to drench my burgers in ranch dressing, but since dressing is really bad, I tried adding other things instead. I use pepperjack cheese for flavor, and I put avocados on it to make it healthier. I put more tomatos because it makes it juicer, which I find helps me drink less soda. It seems to be working for me. I suggest doing something similar. Rather than taking out the foods you like, try and make them healthier. Dieting is harder because it makes you go without what you like, and everyone eventually caves. The trick is to eat less than normal, and to make what you're eating healthier. 10 lbs isn't too too hard, and I bet if you just started turning your meals a little healthier, drink the right amount of water every day, and cut down on soda, you'd lose it in no time.
Added after reading other comments:
Make sure you read labels of everything you buy or eat. Some things may claim to be healthy, but their calerie count is higher than expected. Take salad for example. I was buying these really yummy salads from the store. I thought I was eating healthy, but when I looked, I found it was extremely bad. The dressing was horrible. Same goes with juices and such. Just make sure you read the label. Don't trust what people say, or anything. You're best bet is to do research, learn what you should be eating, so you can judge for yourself.
Also avoid bread.. it's very fattening, even wheat.