Are you overeating because you're hungry, or because it's your habit/emotional eating? If you're hungry, then you need to find things that fill you up so that you're not hungry. For me, it is important to have a combination of carbs, proteins, and healthy fats, along with fiber, at my meals. I also tend to eat 5-6 small meals a day -- breakfast, sometimes a morning snack, lunch, mid-afternoon snack, sometimes a second snack, dinner, small post-dinner snack (or dessert).
If you're noshing because you're used to it, then you need to find ways to shake up your routine. For example, if you eat while watching TV, maybe you can either do something else besides watch TV (like take a walk) or find something else to do with your hands (knitting or needlepoint keeps me from snacking while I watch TV). If you eat while driving, maybe you can sip water or chew gum -- and also, don't make snacks accessible.
So I would say your first step is to analyze WHY you're "stuffing your face" and then come up with solutions based on that. Good luck!
| current weight: 165.3