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5 Simple and Health Ways to Cut Portions

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5 Simple and Health Ways to Cut Portions

June 28
15:18 2017

One of the most simple ways to lose weight, is to burn more calories than you consume… but this doesn’t mean you’re doomed to be hungry all the time! Instead of eating less all the time, how about working out more so that you can accommodate your appetite?

To get you started, here are some tips on healthy ways to cut portions without feeling hungry!

1. Start with Water

Having a large glass of water before every meal will make you feel less hungry. Not only does it help to fill our stomachs, sometimes dehydration is actually the reason why you’re hungry! Often the grumbling in your tummy can actually occur due to dehydration, not hunger.

Sometimes we also eat when we’re bored, so having a big glass of water with lemon can actually satisfy the urge to eat out of boredom.

2. Vegetable Fillers

Whenever you cook a meal, add in as many vegetables as you can. Whether it be a stir-fry, pasta, seafood dish or sandwich, make sure it’s jam packed with vegetables. Vegetables can really fill you up and they’re low calorie and nutrient high!

3. Plate Coloring

Now, this is an odd one but it’s proven that people who eat on plates which color doesn’t contrast with the color of their food, eat 22% more food. It’s believed that when your food contrasts the plate it’s served on, you can judge the amount of food more accurately – and thus avoid over eating.

4. Add Carbs, Don’t Add to Carbs

Don’t make a meal based on carbohydrates, make a meal and then if you must, add carbohydrates. Don’t have a bowl of granola and then top it with fruit and yogurt, have yogurt and top it with a little bit of granola!

The same goes for pasta; grill vegetables and meat as the base and then add a little bit if pasta to it so that the majority of your meal is vegetables and meat, not carbs! This tip with revolutionize your cooking!

5. Limit Portion Size

Craving some chips, how about a bit of chocolate… or some cookies? Take a small serving out of the box or bag, put it in a bowl or on a plate and then leave the kitchen. If you bring the box of cookies or the bag of chips with you, your snack will never end!

Source:  theheartysoul.com

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