Eat Regular meals
Eating regular meals, three times a day can makes it less tempting to nibble between meals. Eating at irregular intervals is also known to disrupt your body’s metabolism.
Fancy something sweet? Treat yourself to some juicy strawberries, grapes or delicious fresh fruit instead of a salty packaged snack.
Spice things up
By adding herbs and spices while you cook, you’ll be less likely to reach for the high calorie sauces to add flavour.
Good things come in small packages
By cutting higher calorie foods into smaller pieces, they last longer and can seem like you’re eating more than you really are.
Leave something behind
Tasking yourself to leave just one thing on your plate after each meal helps to train your mindset not to eat everything out of habit and encourages you to stop when you feel full instead.
By making your lunch at home, you are more likely to eat something healthy and portions may tend to be smaller than if you buy lunch out.
Choose semi skimmed or skimmed milk instead of full fat milk. If you drink a lot of tea or coffee each day, this will add up to make a big difference.
Size it up
Get to know what portion size you should be eating at each mealtime. Cutting down on your portion size can mean you get to enjoy a guilt free desert!
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