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Mar 29, 2011

Diet Tips

When it comes to losing weight is not only an Ana issue, it’s a common issue. So, perhaps one might work for you.

Diet Tip No. 1: The oldest trick on the Book: Drink plenty of water or other calorie-free beverages while trying to avoid diet sodas.

People sometimes confuse thirst with hunger. So you can end up eating extra calories when an ice-cold glass of water is really what you need.

If you don't like plain water, try adding citrus or a splash of juice, or brew infused teas like mango or peach, which have lots of flavor but no calories.

Water trick: a warm glass of water helps destroy craving.

Did you know?

When you're done eating, you should feel better -- not stuffed, bloated, or tired.

Your stomach is only the size of your fist, so it takes just a handful of food to fill it comfortably.

Keeping your portions reasonable will help you get more in touch with your feelings of hunger and fullness.

Diet Tip: Be choosy about nighttime snacks.

Mindless eating occurs most frequently after dinner, when you finally sit down and relax.

We over-eat without noticing it or as a routine, CUT it out!

Either close down the kitchen after a certain hour, or allow yourself a low-calorie snack, like a 100-calorie pack of cookies or cup of yogurt.

Chocolate Dream:

God created fat free chocolate whipped cream...delicious! Freeze it with yogurt for a chocolate that’s 15 calories!

Diet Tip: Eat protein at every meal.

Protein is more satisfying than carbohydrates or fats, and thus may be the new secret weapon in weight control.

"Diets higher in protein [and] moderate in carbs, along with a lifestyle of regular exercise, have an excellent potential to help weight loss," says University of Illinois protein researcher Donald Layman, PhD.

Getting enough protein helps preserve muscle mass and encourages fat burning while keeping you feeling full. So be sure to include healthy protein sources, like yogurt, cheese, nuts, or beans, at meals and snacks.

Diet Tip: The Power of Spices

Add spices or chilies to your food for a flavor boost that can help you feel satisfied.

"Food that is loaded with flavor will stimulate your taste buds and be more satisfying so you won't eat as much," says Perdomo.

Did you know? Pepper helps you feel fuller, salt retains water, mustard accelerates your metabolism, and honey slows your metabolism...

Diet Tip: Stock your kitchen with healthy convenience foods.

Having ready-to-eat snacks and meals-in-minutes staples on hand sets you up for success. You'll be less likely to hit the drive-through or call in a pizza order if you can make a healthy meal in 5 or 10 minutes.

Sass stocks her kitchen with:

• 94% fat-free microwave popcorn (20-25 calories per cup, and you can make it in two minutes or less)

• Frozen vegetables

• Bags of pre-washed greens

• Yogurt

• Whole-grain wraps or pitas

• Pre-cooked grilled chicken breasts

Best Diet Tip: Be physically active.

Although it may seem counterintuitive, don't use exercise either to punish yourself for eating or to "earn" the right to eat more.

"When you do, it sets up a negative thought pattern, which is why so many people say they hate to exercise," says May.

Instead, focus on how great you feel, how much better you sleep and how much more energy you have when you exercise. Physical activity is good for you whether you are trying to lose weight or not, so keep it positive and build a lifelong habit.

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