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Make the art of cooking with spices a hobby.
I go to school and work full time, live in the city with only a tiny deck (no time, no space). I put up a 3' deck railing planter and planted beets and soybeans! Since it hangs on the railing, it takes up no floor space, and it is motivating me to care more about local food!
In addition to the secret below by PEACHES about using smaller plates, use smaller utensils too. A childs fork and spoon will make that smaller portion (which looks larger on the small plate) last longer.
I'm trying to eat more fiber and I believe its working
My family loves pasta, and I don't want to deprive them just because I'm not eating it these days. I make cabbage for myself and eat it like spaghetti, with tomato sauce.
When trying to maintain a healthy eating regimen,I find that it helps to use smaller plates. You can't fit as much food on a smaller plate so you eat less. Just make sure that you don't try and overfill a smaller plate. The goal is to make your mind believe you're eating the same amount
I just discovered that I can "dress" a salad with a couple of ounces of feta cheese and lots of tomatoes. I can have a big salad (that's really tasty) for only a couple of hundred calories. The feta and the juices from the tomatoes make a really amazing taste together!
After my evening meal I immediatly go and brush my teeth, The minty taste helps discourage me from snacking in the evening.
If you have to wake up early you might see yourself skipping breakfast. There is no need to. Split your breakfast. Have part at home/car/train and the rest in the office. E.g. if you have yoghurt with cereal and a slice of bread, take either one of them along. Two eating moment no extra calories!