3. Always Shop With a Full Belly
You’ve heard this before: never shop for groceries when you are hungry. You are more likely to make impulse purchases of foods that are less healthy. Make a shopping list in advance and stick to it. Stock your pantry and refrigerator with lots of healthy foods so you won’t be tempted by junk foods.
4. Eat Regular Meals
Eat regularly to help yourself feel full, to prevent drops in blood sugar, or binge snacking. Some people need the old-fashioned three square meals per day; others do better with six smaller meals. Figure out what works best for you.
5. Eat Your Food Sitting Down at a Table and From a Plate
Don’t eat out of packages, or while distracted by the phone, television, or computer. Sit down and make eating your only activity so you can focus on enjoying your food.