Following a good diet is more difficult than you think. Many people eat too much and too fast, making it easier for fats to accumulate. But what should you think about your eating and drinking behavior and how do you deal with this? Does your plate always have to be empty, because this supposedly belongs to a good upbringing? Food is supposed to be tasty and is not a pastime.
You eat less so quickly!
Eating less (and drinking) is often a huge challenge for most people. They often have the thoughts of losing rice biscuits and that hungry feeling in your stomach all the time. That doesn't always have to be the truth. You don't have to turn your whole life upside down to eat less. If you follow the 5 tips below, you will hardly notice that you are eating less.
TIP 1: That board really doesn't have to be empty!
The idea that it is a great sin to leave food on your plate is deeply rooted in many people. Time and again those stories from the past come up about hungry children in the third world. By not eating your plate empty you are apparently ungrateful. But this way of thinking is destructive for a country that often has to do with many overweight people. If you think you can't eat your plate empty, don't do it! Save the food for later. If it is unhealthy food, it may not be a waste at all to throw it away. Away from sight is away from your thoughts!
Tip 2: Don't eat too fast!
Some people are athletes when it comes to food. Runners, that is. When food comes into view, it is swept away at a speed of 200 kilometers per hour. This is perhaps the best way to overeat yourself. When you devour your food at such a speed, your body cannot keep up with this and cannot warn you in time that you are full. You end up with that overflowing feeling. This feeling eventually translates into bold.
Tip 3: Do not eat everything in a restaurant
If you are eating in a restaurant, don't think you should eat it. Ask for a 'doggy-bag' for the food which is too much. When the food arrives you can immediately keep half apart in the 'doggy-bag'. This tip saves you money, because you get 2 restaurant meals for the price of 1.
Tip 4: Don't see food as an activity
A lot of people don't eat because they like it, but simply because they have something to do. It cannot be difficult if you try to lose weight not to eat if you are simply not hungry. But unfortunately there are a lot of people who just eat from some sort of entertainment. If this sounds familiar, you will have to pay more attention to this and look for a different kind of entertainment. Read a book, play a video game or watch television. The best way of distraction is of course to take a nice walk. Good for weight and legs. It doesn't matter what you do, as long as you do your best to do something instead of food.
Tip 5: Avoid alcohol at parties
Alcohol not only encourages your body to store good fat, it also makes you make the wrong decisions. And at these parties, alcohol is often accompanied by good fat food and that can be fatal to your diet due to the wrong decisions. If you go out, let that drink go well and perhaps your willpower is strong enough to turn off that pizza or shawarma.
Video: Tips Eat Less Food wout Hunger & Loss Weight, Nutrition (February 2020).
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