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Once at the party, make it harder to grab food by holding a glass of seltzer in one hand. Take a sip every time a tray of hors d’oeuvres goes by. You don’t have to deny yourself all treats, but it’s easy to lose count if you take a tidbit from every platter that’s offered. Decide on two or three nibbles of more indulgent food.

Bonus tip: Offer to help your host with clean-up—keeping busy will keep you from overeating and give you “favored guest” status. Explore further Holiday parties minus the calorie crunch. Once at the party, make it harder to grab food by holding a glass of seltzer in one hand. Take a sip every time a tray of hors d’oeuvres goes by. You don’t have to deny yourself all treats, but it’s easy to lose count if you take a tidbit from every platter that’s offered.

Decide on two or three nibbles of more indulgent food. Once at the party, make it harder to grab food by holding a glass of seltzer in one hand. Take a sip every time a tray of hors d’oeuvres goes by.

You don’t have to deny yourself all treats, but it’s easy to lose count if you take a tidbit from every platter that’s offered. Decide on two or three nibbles of more indulgent food. Once at the party, make it harder to grab food by holding a glass of seltzer in one hand. Take a sip every time a tray of hors d’oeuvres goes by.

You don’t have to deny yourself all treats, but it’s easy to lose count if you take a tidbit from every platter that’s offered. Decide on two or three nibbles of more indulgent food. Don’t go to a party starving.

Eat a hard-boiled egg and an apple, a banana with some peanut butter or a slice of turkey. The protein will fill you up for few calories. 23 Simple Things You Can Do to Stop Overeating 1. Get rid of distractions. Whether it’s working through lunch in front of the computer or noshing on chips while 2. Know your trigger foods. Pinpointing which foods can trigger overeating and avoiding them can help decrease the 3. Don’t ban.

Some diet experts recommend removing favorite high-calorie foods from your house to lessen temptation and prevent overeating. Once at the party, make it harder to grab food by holding a glass of seltzer in one hand. Take a sip every time a tray of hors d’oeuvres goes by. You don’t have to deny yourself all treats, but it’s easy to lose count if you take a tidbit from every platter that’s offered. Decide on two or three nibbles of more indulgent food.

Studies show that using a smaller plate helps with weight loss and portion control. Sit down to eat: Turn off outside distractions, sit at the table, and focus on your food. You’ll be able to slow.

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A great secret to not overeating at restaurants and parties is to simply eat a small meal right before you leave home.

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● Keep small, easily digested snack in the bathroom to keep blood sugar normal and stomach from getting empty in middle of the night.

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• If a main meal can’t be faced, have a snack instead (e.g. a sandwich or cheese on crackers).

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Snacking is almost always a must when I have a party.

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Plan eating habits before going to parties.

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Eat a simple, sensible breakfast; have a healthy, light lunch (see some suggestions at the end of this chapter); and then, right before you go to the party, have a healthy snack.

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Have some pretzels, a piece of fruit, or a half cup of juice or skim milk before you leave home.

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Eat an acceptable snack 30 minutes before you go out.

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Eat a light snack within the hour beforehand if you feel hungry and can tolerate, let’s say, animal crackers or pretzels.

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You can plan small, low‐calorie snacks (or distracting activities) for these times so that you won’t feel deprived and then go on a binge.

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  • is it ok to eat only two times a day and only one cup of rice and i feel hugry i will just drink water?
    i badly want to lose my belly fat

  • I absolutely love these tips and tricks. They have helped me so so much along my journey of beating binge eating. I was always a night time binge eater but no more! Thank you for all of your help Brittany <3

  • Thank you for preaching a slow diet transition!! Yaaas sustainability ������ I just started getting serious a month ago, and I’m substituting heathy things one at a time as I go. Thanks for the motivation!!

  • I struggled with drinking iced coffees everyday from Dunkin and now I’m trying to drink one iced coffee a week to finally probably one iced coffee every two weeks. Also diet soda calls my name EVERYTIME I eat something.

  • Damn your friends know how to put on a good spread! Great tips and I really value you for being vulnerable and putting your own journey out there x

  • -number1 cause:the habit loop(trigger;action;reward)
    -spot your loop
    -advice for persons who have sweet tooth swap ur sweet with healthy stuffs(fruits;nuts;dry fruit;yogurt)
    -keep all ur snacks in one area like a jar
    -do not always finish the food on ur plait
    -eat w/o distractions
    -eat SLOWLY
    -control ur stress levels
    -do not stop all ur snacks in one time,do it progressively
    -have some goals to motivate urself(longterms and shortterms)
    -keep a food journal(teaches u a lot of things)

  • Instead of not finishing the meal just put the smaller plate and portions ♥️ U’ll see your plate is full and you can eat all of it but you eat less then normally��

  • My habit loop is coming home late at night from work and unwinding in front of the TV with some comfort food. I know what I’m doing to myself but habits aren’t easy to break.