Have a glass or two of water before a meal. The water takes up stomach real estate making you feel more fuller sooner.
Dinner out? Veg over pasta, potatoes or rice
Play a sport (to hell with the haters!)
Softball, Cricket, Soccer, Basketball, Football, Rugby, Lacrosse or even Dodgeball. This creates a scheduled exercise session into your week and competition makes you up your game (unless I’m playing on the opposing team,,,,then you’re totally screwed.)
Go ahead…..touch the incline button.
Treadmill belts help you move, therefore making the act of walking slightly easier. Hit the incline button to come a little closer to the real thing.
Stick to no-calorie drinks.
Coffee, Green tea,Crystal Light and water. If you have time to kill at work and want to come off sounding like a snarky personal trainer, you can visit this link:
This guy sure loves himself some breakfast.
Nutritionists believe a.m. meals help regulate insulin levels and hunger, so you’re less likely to overeat throughout the reminder of the day.
Avoid foods that come in a bag, box or greasy bucket
Typically, these are highly processed carbs that quickly raise blood-sugar levels and shut down your body’s ability to burn fat.
Snacking prevents overeating at lunch and dinner and keeps your metabolism stoked.
I would LOVE to see this in real life!
Conquer your kryptonite foods.
There are things you eat that you KNOW are bad for you….yet you still eat them. Try eating them less often, in smaller amounts, or ideally both.