1. Eat more protein:
The calories in protein are burned faster than those in carbs. About 25%-30% of the calories in each gram of protein are burned in digestion, compared to only 6%-8% of the calories in carbs. Eat more protein.
2. Use smaller plates:
Smaller plates trick you into believing you are having a larger portion hence helping you eat less.
3. Eat Breakfast and try not to skip meals:
Skipping meals puts your body into a catabolic state. Catabolic state means it begins to break down your muscles tissue for energy and conserves fat.
It also slows down your metabolism.
4. Avoid foods that come in a bag or box:
Typically, these are highly processed carbs—foods that quickly raise blood-sugar levels and shut down your body’s ability to burn fat
5. Snack between Meals:
Snack on fruit, reasonable amounts of nuts and vegetables. This will help you feel full before the
6. Track the reason You want to Eat
Before you put that into mouth, ask yourself this question- why are you eating this. You should eat because you are hungry not because you are bored and hungry.
7. Avoid white bread:
Calories from white bread settle around the waistline more than other foods.
8. Eat slowly:
Eating slowly –you’ll feel full faster.