Diet-Free Weight Loss

1. Slow Down

It takes some time for your brain to register the fact that you've had enough to eat.

2. Unhealthy Foods

The size of the average dinner plate has increased over the past several decades.

3. Eat Plenty

It can help you feel fuller on fewer calories by increasing fullness and decreasing appetite. 

4. Unhealthy Foods

If you have junk food out where you can see it, you may be more tempted to eat it.

5. Eat Fiber-Rich

You may feel fuller for a longer period of time after eating fiber-rich meals.

6. Drink Water

Having a glass of water before a meal has been shown to reduce hunger pangs and hence aid in weight loss.

7. Smaller Portions

People tend to consume more when served food in larger quantities, which has been associated to an increase in obesity as well as weight gain.

8. Electronic Distractions

You might be able to reduce your calorie intake by paying more attention to what you eat.

9. Avoid Stress

Too frequently, sleep and stress are put before health. Both have significant impacts on satiety and metabolic rate.

10. Sugary Drinks

There are significant health benefits to giving up these drinks altogether.

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