Eating Slowly

Many people who’ve successfully lost weight find that little changes in eating patterns and food preparation can ultimately make a big difference. Here’s just one example:

When preparing salads, soups, stews or other recipes calling for fresh-cut vegetables, slice veggies into larger sized chunks rather than tiny pieces or thin, julienned strips. Big pieces take longer to chew, forcing you to slow your eating, giving your body time to feel full before you have overeaten.