now that you've clean that pantry......
Whether its broccoli or pizza, you probably know that getting children to eat can sometimes be a struggle. They take a bite, squirm around as they chew, and, of course, play with their food. If you’re lucky, they do eat a nutritious meal – but they always stop when they’ve had enough, not necessarily when their plate is clean. Getting an adult to eat, on the other hand, is rarely a problem. In fact, it’s usually the opposite scenario – we can’t stop ourselves! Is there something we can learn from how a child eats? You bet! Children listen to the instinctual cues that their bodies send, so they stop when they’re full. You need to get in tune with these signals. If you pay close attention while you eat, you’ll notice that the pleasure you get from food tends to diminish as you continue to eat. This is a sign that your body has had enough. Listen to your body and eat just until you’re satisfied, not stuffed, and weight management will be child’s play.
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| Pounds lost: 4.8