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I have changed alot of how and what we use in our foods... they don't know there eating healthy now..
No need to buy the expensive 100 cal snacks I make my own. I weigh/measure nuts, fruits, cheese, etc. in snack bags or containers. Then I put all the snack bags in either a bowl in the refrigerator or in the fruit bowl on the counter. Healthy snacks are ready for me to GRAB and Go
I buy canned pumpkin (not pie mix -- just plain ol' pumpkin) and blend with my plain, non-fat yogurt, banana/frozen berries, and protein powder. If I don't use frozen fruit, then I toss in some ice. The pumpkin makes the texture almost fluffy, plus I start my day with a veggie!
Make the choice at the store, not in the kitchen.
If you're not at home (eg. running errands) and you find that you're hungry, find a grocery store and run in. You can get tons of healthy snack options in small portions for very little money! This lets you satisfy your hunger without resorting to the drive through!
Instead of pouring salad dressing on your food, just dip the tips of the tines of your fork in the dressing before you stick the fork in the salad. This way, you'll have the flavor of the dressing in each bite while saving a lot of calories that your salad would normally be swimming in.
I keep a small glass in the kitchen by the sink to remind to drink a glass of water before each meal.
I track BEFORE I CONSUME that way I can change anything I go over on to a healthier choice.
Take your temptation of choice to the kitchen sink and run it under the water from the faucet for a minute. If it's still there when a minute is up eat it.
A successful loser said to say NO to unhealthy, fattening foods at social events. I thought people would notice if I put a big N on 1 lens and an O on the other. So I decided to carry a worry stone, a smooth stone, with the word NO printed on in in my pocket or purse.