Are you tired of getting diet tips from someone with seemingly unlimited income and time?
For some of us, it may simply not be convenient to spend half of our Sunday preparing carefully portioned meals for the rest of the week, or financially feasible to buy all our meals pre-packaged in just the right portions. And there are those of us who are afraid of the idea of weighing food to achieve “optimal portion sizes”.
Here are ten real life diet tips for the rest of us.
Keep Healthy Snacks Around and Easily Accessible.
A bowl of fruit on the kitchen table, a container of celery or carrot sticks in the fridge or a few folding cans of fruit salad in your desk at work will help you reach for something healthy when your first hunger pains start. In other words, if it’s easy to eat, you’ll be more likely to find something low in calories and good for yourself.