4 Super Easy Ways To Prevent Overeating
"How do I keep myself from overeating all the time?"
"Is there a secret to overeating?"
"I have to stop stuffing my face uncontrollably. Help!"
"I have a 'super-sized' problem. It's called overeating."
Is your eating out of control?
Do your days fly by so fast and hectic, that you’ve adjusted to scarfing down your entire plate in 3 minutes at the dinner table or stuffing your face on the run? Are you gaining weight too?
Stop for just a second!
If there's one thing you can't overlook, it's your eating habits.
What are your particular eating habits?
All four elements are crucial to making sure you keep your meal portions under control.
Implement these four easy adjustments to help stop you from overeating.
Make use of smaller serving utensils.
You'll end up putting smaller portions on your plate, which results in eating less at each sitting.
What utensils need to be replaced and made smaller?
Eliminate distractions while eating.
Try this experiment: Compare your portions and time spent eating on two different nights. One night, eat while you're engrossed in your favorite TV series. On the second night, eat when you're seated at the dinner table without distractions.
What are the results of the experiment? Do distractions make a difference?
Put down your fork in between bites.
It's very likely that if you keep your fork in your hands as you chew, you'll have the urge to load it while you're still chewing and take another bite right away. This can have negative effects and cause you to eat more than you really need.
Will you try putting your fork down?
Take time to chew your food longer.
If you train yourself to chew longer, you'll discover how much more quickly you feel full.
How quickly do you chew your food? Will you slow it down?
It’s so easy to overeat nowadays.
However, as you can see, it's also pretty easy to curb this bad habit.
Just make these simple changes and you'll find yourself more in control of what, where, when and how you eat.
Believe me, in just a few days or weeks, your body will thank you!