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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.

“You Are Your Own Gym: The Bible of Bodyweight Exercises for Men and Women” by Joshua Clark, Mark Lauren and, Clark Joshua, Lauren Mark
from You Are Your Own Gym: The Bible of Bodyweight Exercises for Men and Women
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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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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2008

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

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from Manual of Dietetic Practice
by Briony Thomas, Jacki Bishop
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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.

“Physical Fitness and Wellness: Changing the Way You Look, Feel, and Perform” by Jerrold S. Greenberg, George B. Dintiman, Barbee Myers Oakes
from Physical Fitness and Wellness: Changing the Way You Look, Feel, and Perform
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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.

“The DASH Diet for Hypertension” by Mark Jenkins, Thomas J. Moore
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Eat an acceptable snack 30 minutes before you go out.

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Sourcebooks, 2011

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

“Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook” by Nancy Clark
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by Nancy Clark
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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.

  • Thanks for watching our How To Stop Overeating At Night episode! What was your biggest aha moment after watching? Let me know in the comments!

  • I’m just confused on what workouts I do to lose weight and fat and Ik what to eat and how much to eat I’m just confused on what workouts to do and I feel like some of them is lying about the workout and that just makes me scared that I won’t lose weight.

  • The taking your time, enjoying, and being present tip really makes sense and hit home for me. Any concern or need that we try to rush through or ignore is bound to catch up with us.

    Would we ever pay money to see a movie and then press fast forward through the whole thing? No way! Then why do we fast forward our meals! lol

  • Finally someone who‘s not telling me to eat those magically healthy and fancy meals with ingredients that I can’t even get in our stores

  • So many amazing gems here! Eating enough during the day, reconnecting to body/inner self, slowing down the stress response, riding the wave of emotion and learning to separate from binge urges along with all the other tools I’m learning in the master class have solved my nightly overeating sessions! It’s so good to know there’s actually nothing wrong with me and that there is a solution. Love these videos:) thank you so much!

  • My trigger is mostly my antipsychotic (Seroquel).. pretty much everyone that takes it that I know of experiences binge eating after taking it. It’s so frustrating, and the bulimia I had for 5 years has come back after a couple years of recovery because of it. I’m definitely really stuck in my habits and desperately need to break out of them but it’s like I can’t control myself:(

  • Its mostly just eating a snack well out and then eating dinner an 1 hour in about 50 minutes after i eat that snack and i feel nasty in my tummy and my tummy pops out really big i nature have a tiny tummy not like flat but still same i eat heathy but its my mom when i dont eat dinner she says things like you dont love me you hate me your so selfess and then takes away my phone any help for this? This thing right here makes me very sad

  • So funny. I teach clients to undo their dog’s unwanted behaviors through this same process. Trigger-Action-Reward. Now I just gotta train myself.

  • The question is, when you’re handling your kids yummy snacks and foods, how to have the will power to not shove some in your mouth?

  • I haven’t touched the 2 bags of my favorite biscuits for weeks now but now I’m eating tons of fruit �� like I just can’t stop lol.

  • You look great girl! I love the hair & red lipstick on you! xoxo I’m pretty thin but during this quarentine idk man I’m just bored & cooking & eating is almost the only thing to do. Plus the grocery & bodegas are the only place we can go in NYC & so folks be going there lowkey to hangout & talk to other people

  • Ahh it’s really hard eating healthy when my parents always buy unhealthy food,especially cause my siblings tell them to get it ugh��

  • Emotional eating has me wanting to deal with this habit loop. Since this quarantine, I find myself talking to myself for hours, and staying up to 7:00am. With my sleep pattern out of whack, so is my eating�� so I really appreciate videos like this.

  • I really struggle with eating too many sweets. I’ve tried to find some healthier options of sweet foods. They’re pretty basic but I’ll share them anyways

    For breakfast I usually have peanut butter banana toast or a smoothie. For smoothies I either blend up various fruits with milk or I make a chocolate peanut butter banana one. What I use for this is 1 scoop of chocolate protein powder, 1 banana, yogurt, PB2, and milk of your choice.

    Snacks: sliced bananas with cinnamon, apples with peanut or almond butter, cocoa roasted almonds, dark chocolate covered blueberries, or carrots with ranch. I also like to have watermelon or cantaloupe instead of popsicles.

    Some unhealthy foods I would like to keep are pop tarts, French toast sticks, chocolates, and goldfish. I’ll be fine without all of the snack cakes and ramen lol

  • Two more tips from me:
    1. Brush your teeth 20 min after a meal. This will automatically keep you from snacking (at least for a while) and won’t hurt your teeth either.
    2. If you eat dried fruit then be careful how much sugar is in it. E.g. I know these amazing dried cranberries and then one day I looked at their nutrition and it said FRICKIN 60% were SUGAR!!!

  • I had lotta habit loops and binged every day. so glad I managed to control this and welllll I lost 10 kg c:
    still have loops that force me to eat something whenever I go down the stairs lmao

  • Somwtimes you just live with your family and if only you are trying to loose weight it’s not that simple cause sometimes you cant say well stop buying cookies etc. Sooo

  • I love splitting this approach up into 2 phases essentially! Being proactive and reactive. Beautiful tips. Thank you Brittany! I look forward to these weekly videos!

  • The choosing not to try something I have my eye on then bingeing on something else is ME….also some of my loose perimeters at a dinner party is to just leave some food on the plate

  • @Bukola, I don’t use sugar at all but honey in my cereal and other things. Could consuming honey daily lead to weight gain as well?

  • Today I started to quit putting it off and begin eating right. I realized that it’s so easy to say no to coke or tea and fill my cup up with water because drinking a sweet thing will simply make you want it more. Also, snacks like sugar snap peas are going to save me because sometimes I eat out of boredom (a lot of us probably do).

  • I’m getting snatched this quarantine. Ppl gonna drop their jaws when i get back to school. Watch me ����
    Update: YOUR SWEET TOOTH PICS R TRIGGERING. MY FUCKING NEURO PATHWAYS ARE QUAKING. AHHH!!!

  • For me, I just struggle with feeling full without eating sugar. Like, usually I eat two protein bars in the morning and I feel full. But, if I have a lot of salad but no sweets like fruit or something I won’t feel full:|

  • Thank you I just did this today. Although, since I’m trying to eat intuitively and ditch food rules, I haven’t binged on amounts as massive as before. I think I’m getting there!

  • Ever since always (im 23) ive been getting hungry after meals. 20 minutes after a meal my stomach starts to tell me im hungry. And sometimes i manage not to but other times i just go in for the snacks and its soooo hard not to. Idk how to stop that cause ive always done it and theres a real physical sensation of hunger, no matter what the meal is, and its usually a fairly healthy, filling meal. Help??

  • I have struggled with binge eating for years. A lot of it was stress eating or emotional eating or so I thought. In spite of my hesitations and doubts about the ketogenic diet, I finally decided to give it a try. In 2 months I have lost 19 lbs, and I don’t feel nearly so strongly the desire to binge. Low carb, no sugar is really working for me. I do not feel deprived anymore. My meals keep me feeling satiated now. In 2 months I have only had 3 “mini binges,” which is major progress for me. Before keto I was bingeing almost every single evening, and now, even if I do occasionally eat too much, I am still eating keto, not going for Haagen Das. Keto has made it possible for me to kick my sugar addiction!

  • your telling my story. im a stay at home dad of 6 kids and i ruin my hard work at night by binge eating at 2 in the morning and wake up mad at myself

  • Another great video! Night time snacking has been a big problem for me. I started to follow the recommendations on these videos and they do make a difference! I am making a conscious effort to slow down and savor my food, thinking about the flavors and textures. I am finding that, so far, this has left me satisfied between meals including nighttime. ��

  • Hi, Brittany. I can’t tell you how many times I was in control with my eating until about 6pm or 7pm, and how many times I binged during the night.

    Thanks for sharing.

    https://youtu.be/z5PJGVEtS5c

  • Decreasing my stress level and eating slower is going to be so hard for me because people just don’t understand that it’s not that easy to get rid of stress

  • about the time loop, my family isnt supporting me in anything. Its like they want me to get more fat. i asked my sister yesterday and she asked if i was joking.. also i binged with her later.I couldnt stop

  • A lot of this actually helped with my studying in my neuro biology class �� the combination of this all will really help my body AND school XD

  • Oh man night time eating has been one of my biggest struggles! these tips are so practical I’m going to start using them immediately! TY!

  • I was such a night time binge/over eater before your program. Getting nourishment in the day was such apart of my restoration along with all the other tools you gave in the master class program were what gave me freedom. Love watching your videos. Great refresher for me. Thank you.

  • one thing ive done to prevent over eating is eating mints (they curb sugar and hunger cravings), homemade frozen chocolate covered blueberries, whipped cream (low calorie low sugar and delicious!), or phylum husk powder mixed with orange juice (phylum husk is nasty but mixed with orange juice it makes it more bearable, also it expands in you stomach to make you feel full)! Ive lost 3 lbs in 2 weeks!!

  • I’m 14 and my parents are not helping at all, they keep buying snacks dhsjsjab my belly is literally 34 inches And I feel so insecure and I even cry but I can’t stop eating snacks like��

  • I’m a little late in finding this video but I just want to say thank you so much for this. I’m really good with eating well at home but at social events I feel social anxiety especially when it comes to drinking (I don’t like to and it stresses me out when other people are and I have to constantly say that I’m not drinking) so I eat to kind of keep people away from asking if I’m drinking and they will see I’m busy eating and won’t ask. I will literally binge eat to the point of me crying and feeling so sick. These tips were so great but if you have any other ones I would love to hear them.

  • My problem (it’s been this way since high school) I eat two big meals a day weather it’s lunch or breakfast for a large meal and a large dinner (if I eat a third meal AKA breakfast/ lunch it’s small and normally around 100 calories or less of something healthy). But when I eat a full meal I clear a plate, I could eat enough for two meals in one sitting because I don’t stop. I tried eating 3 proper meals but it only increased my food intake by eating 3 extra large meals. My only saving grace is that I do not snack and dessert if at all is 2 oreos.

  • This is so helpful! Especially the food ‘wastage’ point of view…. That triggers me too and it’s really helpful to think of it in that way! Either way it will go to waste, but one way is going to cause me harm and the other is not! So from now on in the bin it goes! ��������