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Anytime I am about to eat something that is high-cal (e.g. dessert) I think about how much satisfaction I will get from that first bite. The satisfaction with the second bite is a little bit lower than the first. And so on. So I choose however many bites I think I can balance between enjoying myself and not overeating, always remembering that no bite will ever taste as good as the first!
Replace 1/2 of the avocado in your guacamole recipe with well cooked asparagus for half the fat and calories! Use a blender to puree the asparagus for a smooth texture. Bake your own chips using low-carb, high-fiber tortillas.
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Whenever I am craving a chocolate, I try to limit myself to the serving size. When I am feeling like I am out of bounds and need a second I remind myself that I will have to add another 10 minutes on the treadmill if I need it that badly...
According to the "OZ" he reported yesterday that eating "Fava" beans or adding them to your meals,in your salad or where ever you'd like will decrease your food craavings!!
Often for dinner I create a huge salad on a plate with lots of variety. Then I have a small burger (veggie or meat) or a slice of pizza or a bowl of soup with it. The activity of crunching up the huge salad makes me feel as though I've had quite a big meal. Of course, watch the dressing and extras on the salad or you defeat the purpose.