Shop On A Full Stomach
Don’t grocery-shop when you’re hungry. You’re likely to make high-fat, low-nutrient impulse purchases.
For a fit and toned figure, dieting alone isn’t enough. You also need to exercise.
Stay In The Game
A slipup doesn’t have to lead to an entire day of overeating. Resolve to make better choices at your next meal.
Cut Down, Not Out
Trim portions of food instead of removing entire categories (carbs, fats, etc.).
People who eat breakfast tend to eat fewer calories throughout the day
Pump Up The Protein
Increase your protein intake early in the day. Protein is digested at a slower rate than simple carbs, so you’ll feel full for longer.
Savor Your Food
If you eat slowly you’ll be more satisfied with less food.
Keep Treats Out of the House
If you have trouble controlling how much you eat when it comes to your favorite food, such as ice cream, don’t bring it home from the grocery store. Eat it only in restaurants.
Bring Your Lunch To Work
Make lunch at home and bring it to work. It’s likely to be more nutritious and have fewer calories—not to mention cost less.
Get Enough Sleep
You’re more likely to give in to cravings when you’re tired.