1. Monitor Yourself.
By watching and writing down any situational factors, thoughts and feelings that surround your eating experience, you’ll gain the self knowledge that you need to be in better control. There are dozens of studies out their that show how self monitoring supports weight loss and maintenance.
2. Control Your Stimulus.
Reducing elements in your environment that are responsible for you overeating, frees you from triggers that can take over your better judgment
3. Reward Yourself.
It’s always good to reward yourself for good behavior. Make sure you give yourself non food payoffs when you stick to your eating and exercise plan.
4. Change Your Behavior
Being able to manage your food means being able to know what portions match your energy needs. Choose from the most satisfying, energizing foods, cut the fat and eat at regular times. Repeat these behaviors day in and day out to make it a happen .
5. Accept Yourself …Starting With Your Mind.
The state of mind you bring to a problem directly influences your chance of being able to over come it. It’s important you feel good about yourself and believe that your efforts for change is worthwhile.