Try varying your daily calorie intake. Instead of consuming (for example) precisely 1800 calories each day - you can mix it up. Eat 1500 calories one day, and 2100 calories the next. This can be as simple as doubling a portion size or cutting it in half. The trick is to keep the body guessing.
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I select one day each week to have as a free day. I vary my calorie intake through the week to allow myself extra calories for that special day. I just figure my total calorie allotment for the entire week and stay within that number. It allows me to not feel deprived of the foods I love.
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