1) Eat a healthy breakfast – one that is balanced with a source of protein, carbohydrates, and fat.
2) Eat your veggies – Veggies provide bulk to your diet without a lot of calories and help fill you up while providing you with many essential vitamins and minerals.
3) Recognize your kryptonite – Ask yourself what do you struggle with. Whether that’s eating when you are bored or upset, skip meals because of a busy schedule, or just don’t feel like cooking.
4) Set realistic goals – Losing weight and keeping it off is tough stuff, and it’s not going to happen overnight. Set goals that are realistic, specific and can be measured over a period of time.
-Rebeca Stevenson, Dietician at ADAPT