5. Learn what you’re really craving.
When you think you’re craving candy, you may just be craving sugar. Eating a piece of fruit can eliminate this quickly. The more you know about what your body really wants, the more likely you are to find a healthy alternative and feel satisfied.
7. Make a plan to drink more water.
You’ve been told a million times to drink water but that doesn’t make it any easier to remember while you’re busy. So link your sips to something you do often, for example whenever you check your email. This will keep you full all day and make sure you get the amount you should have.
12. Put your food on smaller plates. Extra points if the dishware is blue!
Prone to overeating? Putting your food on smaller plates will help you eat only the amount you should. For something a little extra, use blue plates. The color blue can act as a appetite suppresent. Grab this adorable dishware here.
13. Don’t just whip out your credit card; pay with cash.
You’re more likely to impulse buy food when you can pay with a credit card. Taking the time to count out your money makes you more aware of what you’re purchasing.
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