Today I want to share with you 3 simple tips I learned from my coach Corinne Crabtree of Phit-n-Phat. Implementing these simple tips can help you break the habit of taking in extra unneeded calories throughout the day.
Sometimes we think weight loss is hard and takes drastic measures. There are so many small tweaks you can do that help you make changes you can keep for life. That way you can stop the cycle of dieting, failing and gaining the weight back.
Corinne calls these BLTs. If you start tracking it you will see just how often you lick the spoon while cooking, take bites while seasoning food, or finish off the last couple bites of your child’s plate. These are just extra calories that add up without you even realizing it.
Sit down when you eat. No eating while standing at the pantry, the counter, or the stove. No standing up and eating while working. Take the time and sit down. It gives you a mental break to evaluate if you are truly hungry or if you are just fog (mindless) eating.
Commit that you will leave 2 or 3 bites behind at every meal. This gets you comfortable with not automatically finishing everything on your plate. Many times you have reached satisfaction but you finish the meal because it’s there. Leaving bites behind can help you eat with more intention – you have to pay attention to how much you’re eating in order to leave the bites.
I was taught to clean my plate and not waste food. However the food is still wasted if I eat it and it ends up on my hips. Either way, eating food that my body doesn’t need or throwing out the food it is wasted.
Implementing these 3 simple tips can save hundreds of calories a day. This allows your body to access the body fat you have stored so that you can fuel your body and lose the weight.
Will you implement any of these tips this week?
Passive Action: Is It Holding You Back From Losing Weight?
The Power of Your Mind: Lose or Gain, You Decide
Basic Weight Loss Habits for Success
Review of Atomic Habits by James Clear
4 Steps to Rock Your 2019 Goals
Managing Urges to Overeat
Developing a Habit to Change Negative Thinking
6 High Performance Habits That Can Make You Extraordinary
Please log in again. The login page will open in a new tab. After logging in you can close it and return to this page.