If you have made a decision to get eating under control, here are some tips that can help you check voracious appetite on the door and get a grip on self-control and self-empowerment. Keeping the motto, “everything in moderation” in mind, you can replace the old, negative habits with habits that promote health and well-being
Drink a glass of water every morning right after you get up, every time you want a snack, and immediately after each meal. This will not only temporarily fill an inner void and provide fewer opportunities for food, it will also rehydrate your body. Many mistakes are hungry to be thirsty. Before reaching for that sugary snacks, try rehydrating your body first.
Get plenty of exercise. Not only will this get blood flowing to all the right places, and provides enough energy to meet the challenges of the day, spent time working out is time not spent sitting on the couch munching potato chips or drink soda. Having an active lifestyle will cause your metabolism to burn calories, and your appetite will take a back seat to the activity.
Stop drinking soda. With more than 100 calories per 8-oz. glass, the average size soda be your enemy no. 1 when it comes to weight loss. Although diet soda boasting 0 calories, the aspartame sweetener agent may stimulate appetite, as your brain is fooled into expectation of energy-producing calories where there actually is none. This creates a metabolic need for sugar in your body, and before you know it, you find yourself munching on unhealthy snacks that you swig your low-cal or no-cal soda.
If there are bubbles you crave, try to drink mineral water with a twist of fruit or a splash of juice inside.
Keep a food journal. When you are required to write down every piece of food that crosses your lips, you’re less likely to overeat. Keep the journal with you everywhere and write down what goes into your mouth, including beverages, approximate weight, calorie and carbohydrate counts for each item, and how you felt when you ate it.
Every week through the food diary and notice any patterns in snacking yours. Do you tend to eat when you’re tired? Sad? Angry? In love? Find out what makes your appetite intersection, and plan alternative things you can do to control binging
Find a discipline of any kind -. . Yoga, meditation, dance, pilates, aerobics, prayer-which requires self-control and endurance, and hold it for at least 6 months. It may not always be a pleasant experience, but the overall satisfaction and trust you will gain from being in control of your habits will carry over into other aspects of your daily life, including your daily diet.
Tips and Warnings
Remember to love yourself. Be as compassionate with your own mistakes and weaknesses as you would be with a child. Just because you have a weak day or binge little does not mean you have to “fall through the cracks” of weight watching.
Never starve yourself or clear what you’ve already eaten. Both of these habits can be extremely harmful to the body and can even irreparable harm your body. Instead maintain a healthy diet filled with fruits, vegetables and proteins. Cut down the excess starch and sugar. Drink plenty of water and get a moderate level of exercise every day.