Healthy Eating Habits
101 tips and tricks to develop healthier eating habits to jump-start your own efforts.
Spice things up! Add red pepper flakes, chopped jalapenos, garlic, hot sauce, or cayenne to your dishes if you like. Full-flavored food is often more satisfying and can help prevent overeating.
Take a 10 to 15 minute break before you help yourself to seconds—particulary if you were voracious before the meal. Oftentimes our stomachs are full before our brain is, and the wait helps to ascertain if you are satisfied.
Measure out snack foods (popcorn, chips, cookies, crackers, and even granola) instead of eating directly out of the bag, especially when relaxing in the evening.
Enjoy "treat" foods away from home. Have a weakness for French fries, brie, or brownies? Don't keep them stocked at home, but enjoy them in reasonable portions when out for a special occasion.
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Keep several bags of frozen veggies on hand at all times at home (add to any recipe!) and at work (a bowl of microwaved peas and corn is an easy, fiber-filled snack). Frozen veggies may have even more nutrients than fresh ones out of season, as they are frozen at their peak ripeness.