What follows now is the 2nd and final part of the various tips and minor changes (among many others) that will help you shift to a new healthy “dietary behavior”:
9 – Always choose the foods you enjoy without feeling too guilty about such or such food. It’s OK if you go “crack” from time to time, it won’t be the end of the world since this will help you persevere in your new habits.
10 – Eat in plates than are small than the usual ones. You will notice that your plate is filling up fast and more reasonable to finish. By doing so, you will gradually learn how to reduce the amount of food you consume.
11 – Never fill your plate a second time and never take large portions.
12 – As soon as you finish eating your plate, stand up, leave the table and go wash your mouth and/or brush your teeth.
13 – Salt your food normally, and don’t put the salt shaker on the table.
14 – Drink enough, i.e. 1.5 liters of water a day at least, knowing that water is the most favorable kinds of drinks.
15 – If you’re eating out, why not share a portion of your meal with your friend. Also, place your order while making sure you ask to exclude fries, too fatty sauces, etc. so that to minimize temptations.
16 – Practice a physical exercise regularly as this is a good way to increase your daily caloric expenditure and enhance your well-being.
Now, the only thing that’s left for me is to assure you that it is not easy at all to change our dietary behavior but it is our duty to try several times until we get there.