Whenever I go out to eat, I wear a slightly snug pair of pants - not tight by any means because I don't want to be uncomfortable or look bad - but just snug enough to make me think twice before ordering an unhealthy item or taking an extra bite.
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Most salad dressings can be thinned out with a little water without sacrificing taste, especially ranch-type dressings. Adding a little water (especially when you are dining out and have your dressing "on the side") can make the dressing coat the salad more evenly and reduce the amount of actual dressing (and thus calories) you are eating.
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