Secret No. 1: Keep
delicious satisfying low calories snack food available
like a person who has gotten up on the wrong side of the bed, what I am about
to say is just plain truth. Trust me, nutritious
foods can be just as tempting as junk food. Therefore it’s really wise to
keep delicious low calories and satisfying snack food available . So that
you eating is healthier ifyou stumble
into your hungry pangs. Get my drift?
Let’s continue and see what lies ahead in
secrets number two. OK?
Secret No. 2: Take
a moment to think about your ‘hunger’ feelings if any.
Let me clue you
in on a small piece of advice. And this is, w hen
you are tempted to eat, it is indeed wise to take a moment to think about your
true feelings.Are you really hungry, or
are you tired, restless, angry or lonely. Just be frank with yourself. Trust
me, it really take guts to confront oneself squarely. I can understand that
because the same rocky path has been struggled by me. Actually, it does not
take a rocket scientist to understand that! Hope you are still with me in this
same wave length!
Secret No.3: Once
you have identified your feeling deal with it directly and appropriately .
Okay, before you
get your knickers all twisted into knots, stop, take a deep breath, and reflect
on this statement. If you are tired, take
a nap. If your are restless, find something interesting to do. If you are
hungry eat. Don’t wait too long to start eating . Waiting too long may trigger off a bingeing session. Remember
to eat reasonably well or rather eat healthily. Choose to eat non-fat, simple
carbohydrate food or chew on nuts or beans. But eat slowly. Be aware that the
feelings of ‘fullness’ would usually be transmitted to our brains after a full
20 minutes time lapse.