Never skip a meal to "save up calories" for later. Always eat a healthy breakfast and lunch and, if you’re planning on a late dinner, avoid a binge by having a low fat snack beforehand. Some good choices: Air popped popcorn, fruit, and low fat yogurt.
Eating smaller, more frequent (4-6) meals keeps hunger under control and your blood sugar levels from dipping and spiking like a roller coaster ride. You’re also less likely to pig out than when you eat three larger squares a day with long periods of time in-between.
Consider taking a daily multivitamin. Think of it as an inexpensive health insurance policy. It’s a strategy recommended by the American Medical Association based on research demonstrating that taking a multivitamin may help prevent a number of chronic diseases including heart disease, some cancers, and osteoporosis.
If you have a health goal like say, too lose weight, make it as detailed and specific as possible. One very simple yet specific measurement you can take is your waist measurement. Take a tape measure and pull it loosely around the smallest part of your midriff. Studies show your goal should be to shrink it down below 35 inches (and 40 inches if you’re a man) to lower your risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer. This is even more effective than lowering your body weight.
Water is nature’s original diet drink: No calories, very filling, tastes great. Sipping H2O before and during meals helps take the edge off of hunger and fills you up faster. Replacing just one high calorie, high sugar soft drink per day with an eight ounce glass of water will save you up to 150 calories you’ll probably never miss.
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