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Let’s look at more pro weight loss tips:
“If you’re a soda-lover — or have another favorite calorie-laden indulgence like potato chips — hide your stash in a really inconvenient place, like your basement. I do this myself. You’ll be less likely to go and grab it. And if you do make the trek, you’ll have to burn extra calories to get the treat.” — Brian Wansink, Ph.D., director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab and author of Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think
Add Ice to Your Order
“At a restaurant, make sure your water glass is always topped off and that it’s ice cold. Drinking water throughout your meal makes you feel fuller faster, and the coldness causes you to burn more calories to bring the water’s temperature up.”– David Kirsch, New York City-based celebrity trainer and author of The Ultimate New York Diet
Don’t Skip Meals
“Believe it or not, if you want to lose weight, it is important to eat. Skipping meals can leave you feeling weak and hungry, which leads straight to overeating. Eat when you need to, but make sure you limit yourself to nutritious, strength-building foods.”–Denise Austin, fitness guru
Eat Smaller Portions
“French women eat smaller portions of more things, and American women eat larger portions of fewer things. So plate your meal like a French woman! For breakfast, eat a slice of toast, a sliver of butter, a bit of jam, and a fruit—like half a banana—plus coffee or tea. Variety, color, and presentation go a long way toward fooling the stomach into thinking you’re eating more than you actually are.” — Mireille Guiliano, author of French Women Don’t Get Fat
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