How many times when you're eating out, have you decided not to eat any more but ended up doing it anyways? If there's not enough food left to take home, DESTROY IT! Maybe mix two things that you wouldn't eat together or, if it's paper, put your napkin on the food. Put too much pepper on it (at a pizza place use pepper flakes!) These examples are very subtle and shouldn't really be noticed by fellow diners. I find it much easier to resist eating when the food no longer appeals to me.
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I have a Food On The Go Pocket Guide that fits in my purse, A guide to making wise choices when eating out. It lists restaurants , healthiest food at that restaurant and calories, fiber etc. I also try and look at this book and a menu before getting to the restaurant4
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