Hunger makes it hard to stick to your weight loss goals. A simple way to help you feel less hungry during the day is to eat smaller but more frequent meals. Doing so keeps your hunger in check and under control. This goes a long way towards helping you to eat less and makes weight loss easier to accomplish.
To stay motivated while losing weight, reward yourself in ways that aren't related to food. A small treat now and then can be good, but try to get out of the habit of thinking of food as a reward. Instead, promise yourself a new outfit--in your new size!--or a trip to the spa.
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If you are trying to lose weight, get in some exercise anytime you have the opportunity. Even if you have a busy work schedule, you may be able to get in a short walk during lunch or do a few sit-ups or lunges during your coffee break or on your way to the restroom.
If you are looking to lose weight, then look to your fork. If you eat only what you can fit on a fork, then this limits how much you can eat in one mouthful. Your stomach will then feel full quicker, stopping you from overeating. This also keeps you from wasting food, and could lower your weekly food bill.
Only eat when your stomach is growling. People often eat out of boredom, habit or nervousness. If you only eat when your stomach is growling, you will only fill your stomach with food when it is needed. If you feel like you could eat anything you can reach for, chances are you really are hungry.