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Portion Control Can Be Your Friend:
Most diets do seem to have a common denominator, however, which is some sort of portion control. It only makes sense; the more you eat, the more calories you have to burn. Control the calories and half the battle has been won. The problem is it's a big battle.
A 2004 study by the Centers for Disease Control showed Americans are eating much more than we did 30 years ago. Some blame the overproduction of processed foods. Others blame the diets themselves, citing a tendency for people to overeat the foods they are allowed to consume.
So now that we've identified the problem, what's the solution? Here are five tips, time-
Eat more meals of smaller size -
Begin meals with citrus fruits -
Begin dinner with a cup of soup -
Make your calories count -
Slow down -
Diets will continue to come and go. But by establishing healthy eating habits, you'll be able to enjoy the foods you love without having to sacrifice carbs, fat, or whatever the hot diet of the day suggests!
It seems like most of America is on a diet of one sort or another. From Atkins to South Beach, there's always at least one regimen that captures the country's imagination for a time. The irony is that in the beginning, many of these diets actually seem to work. Then, as months go by, advocates get tired of what they're eating and return to old habits, only to gain back everything they've lost and then some.
Eat Your Way To A Smaller Diet