Cutting calories won't give you immediate results, but consistent changes will make the scale move downward. Here are a few ways to lower your calories..
Swap Soda For Carbonated Water: Cutting out one can of soda could save you about 150 calories.
Eat Protein Consistently: Eating meals and snacks with protein (found in nuts, seeds, lean meat, soy and dairy) can stop you from feeling hungry and turning to the sugary sweets.
Watch Your Salad Toppings: Cheese, croutons, bacon, glazed/candied nuts, dried fruit, tortilla chips and creamy dressings can be really high in calories, so if you’re trying to be calorie-conscious, it’s best to avoid those.
Order Food Before You’re Hungry: A recent study found that people who waited until they were hungry increased their odds of overindulging. Those who ordered their food an hour before eating, ate lower calorie/less fatty foods.
Keep Your Kitchen Clean: In a 2016 study, subjects ate twice as much food in a dirty kitchen than those who were in the same room when it was clean and organized.
Don’t Eat In Front Of The TV: Eating dinner (or even worse, a fatty snack) while watching television increases your chances of overeating because you’re not paying attention to portion sizes. The more distracting the entertainment, the more calories you will consume according to a recent study.
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