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  • 1

    No portion of food should be larger than your fist - or you could use a Portion Plate to take away the guesswork.

    Magan
  • 2

    Pile on the good foods like fruits and vegetables. Eventually you'll dislike and replace the bad.

    mmurph211
  • 3

    Use a juicer to improve your overall health including your skin tone. Throw in lots of vegetables and fruits. There are plenty of recipes online.

    mmurph211
  • 4

    Microwave your own popcorn in a plain brown paper bag. Much healthier and cheaper than the packet stuff.

    yellowB33
  • 5

    Fill out a food Filofax to help identify when you need to make changes in your diet and how much/little exercise you do.

    Keeley
  • 6

    Have a supermarket home delivery so that you're not tempted by fatty foods, cakes and cookies.

    Keeley
  • 7

    Repeat after me: "I am not a human trash can". Don't eat your children's leftovers!

    Keeley
  • 8

    Use a cooking oil spray (such as Crisco's olive oil version) to reduce the amount of fat you use when cooking.

    Keeley
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  • 9

    Limit your meals to a fist-sized amount of food each time.

    Johnston
  • 10

    Drink a lot of ice/cold water daily. It will help you trim extra calories each day because your body will expend energy warming the water.

    mmurph211
  • 11

    High-water foods are low in calories, making you feel full with fewer calories.

    shelby
  • 12

    "Don't leave your food to chance. Plan it!" This is the best way to ensure you're sticking to your diet no matter where you are at.

    santo80
  • 13

    If you have problems with extreme cravings, see a therapist. Learn new coping strategies.

    SuzHarris
  • 14

    Mentally block off grocery store aisles. Instead, focus on open areas like the produce and dairy sections.

    SuzHarris
  • 15

    Become a vegetarian. Reap the health benefits, financial savings, and become more ingredient-conscious.

    SuzHarris
  • 16

    Put down your spoon or fork between bites. This slows you down, and gives your stomach time to process the new level of hunger.

    SuzHarris
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  • 17

    Plan meals in advance. Don't just live meal-to-meal, preparing whatever looks appealing. Budgeting your time, money, and calories will pay off.

    mike.s.pettit
  • 18

    Foods that contain more fiber are better than white bread, as fiber helps in burning calories and in digesting food.

    mmurph211
  • 19

    Aim for a balanced diet of protein, complex carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables.

    pppoe
  • 20

    Stock up on spices. One of the keys to cooking low-fat and not getting bored is to spice your food well.

    mmurph211
  • 21

    Instead of beef burgers try turkey, buffalo or veggie burgers and stick with reduced fat or skim cheese. Pile on the healthy condiments!

    mmurph211
  • 22

    Veggies: Bigger pieces take longer to chew, forcing you to slow your eating, giving your body time to feel full before you have overeaten.

    shelby
  • 23

    Look into high-intensity interval training (HIIT) for quick weight loss with short training sessions.

    rosalin
  • 24

    Make a habit of reading the nutrition labels on the back of foods and drinks to really get a good picture of what you're consuming each day.

    rosalin
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  • 25

    Instead of weighing yourself, measure key parts of your body to monitor whether you are toning up and/or burning fat where you want to.

    Holliday
  • 26

    DON'T SKIP BREAKFAST. Breakfast kick-starts your metabolism, causing you to burn more energy. It doesn't have to be much, a fruit or bar will do

    scotty
  • 27

    Do read about blood type based dieting.

    hemanth.hm
  • 28

    Cut the carbs after 2pm. Eat only complex carbs (whole wheat, whole grain, brown rice, quinoa, sweet potato) also, replace bread with wasa crackers

    lovepositiveen
  • 29

    Go Paleo!

    laurif
  • 30

    When craving sweets, eat a square of a chocolate bar then wait fifteen minutes. Your craving will be fulfilled.

    Hefferson
  • 31

    Drink approx 8 glasses of water a day starting off with 2 glasses of water as soon as you get up.

    btalbot1
  • 32

    When you feel like taking a nap, try the gym instead.

    kjurczyk24
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  • 33

    Water water water! Studies have shown drinking water (about a gallon a day) is the common practice of people who not only lose weight but keep it off.

    Peterb
  • 34

    1 lb of fat = 3,500 calories. Eat 2k cal/ day (veg, fruit, protein) + burn off (exercise) 1k cal/ day to safely lose 2lbs/week. Drink 1 gal water/ day

    Peterb
  • 35

    Wake up and have a smoothie or shake immediately while stretching- then work out. Make this the first thing you do every morning 6 days a week.

    Peterb
  • 36

    Use a calorie/exercise counter to track your cal per day. Myfitness pal/ similar apps even have a scanner to add cal from UPC codes on food packaging.

    Peterb
  • 37

    Exercise adds O2 to your blood and gives you energy! When you exercise you actually will have more energy than when you don't.

    Peterb
  • 38

    Too busy to work out? O2 rich blood from exercise will help your brain work faster and in turn, finish tasks faster. Exercise pays for itself!

    Peterb
  • 39

    Skip the fast food and put $5 into a jar everytime. At the end of the month buy something special for yourself for doing a great job!

    Peterb
  • 40

    pay attention to how you feel after eating. avoid foods that make you feel icky. healthy foods will make you feel good.

    kalysta7
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  • 41

    be careful when taking weight loss advice. most of it is b*llsh*t. take the time to separate fact from fiction.

    kalysta7