How to Reduce the Amount of Food You Eat Without Starving






I received a mail from one of my subscribers (You can subscriber here) asking if there was a way she could control the amount of food she consumes without starving. 

Well, I gave her a reply but decided to extend it you my readers and subscribers. 


Now how do I know that these tips will work? Remember my hashtag #speakingfromexperience.

I completely go against starving yourself to look good, although many celebrities do it, but one thing you and I know is that many hot looking celebrities have to money to spend on hospital bills when their body starts reacting to the lack of sufficient nutrients (due to starvation). 




To look good you need to think like the way healthy good looking people do and not just grab any advice you see on the internet, you need something that works and most importantly something that can work for you. 

Everything I share here is what I have gone through #speakingfromexprience, so you can take my word for it. Remember to subscribe to the amazing health community because you too are amazing. Subscribe here.

How to Reduce the Amount of Food You Eat Without Starving

These tips were copied from my "Get Rid of Belly Fat" ebook, although I made some modifications.
Decide How Much You Want to Eat 

Decide how much food you will be willing to consume and your body will readily accept it. Although it would not be easy at first, but you will be able to scale through if you remain truthfully to yourself. 

This will also help you maintain your weight long term as you are in control how much calories you consume and how you make use of them.

Drink Water Before and During Eating 

Make sure you drink water before eating as this makes you get full quickly and helps control your food intake. Also, drink water in between meals to help you eat less. 

When I say drink water, I don't mean you just take a sip like Celebrities do when drinking wine on Africa Magic, I mean you should fill yourself with water and go back to your meal.


Smaller Plates, Smaller Meals 

Use smaller plates, and eat smaller meals, these aids in quick digestion and allows you to make use of the calories that comes out of these foods. 

Also eating smaller meals helps you moderate the amount of food you eat, although losing fat is not about reducing amount of food you eat but reducing the amount of calories you consume.

A small meal would contain more proteins and fiber and less carbohydrate or simply just half your normal meal.

Chew Slowly and Longer 

I believe the reason why most people eat a lot more food is because of 3 main reasons.
1. They allows themselves to go extremely hungry before they eat 
2. They eat very fast.
3. They don’t want to control themselves

Take longer time to chew your meals and chew them slowly enough. Enjoy the taste of the food. If you think this is weird, then you are not thinking the way healthy good looking people do.

Drink More Water

Water is required to make your brain and organs work more efficiently and that is why sometimes we feel confused, easily fatigued and thirsty. 

Also, increased water intake reduces food cravings which normally makes us eat more.

The recommended intake of water is at least 2 litres of water. You can calculate how much water you are taking in through sachet water or bottled water. Normal sachet water is measured by 50 or 40cl, a litre is 100cl. If you want to consume 2 litres of water through sachet water, then you need to consume at least 4 sachets of water a day. 

But I recommend you take more although  this could depend on your weight and lifestyle as those who have more weight and have high activity levels should take more water. 

I normally go for as many as I can, but you can put that between 8 – 10 glasses of water a day.

So there you have it, you can now eat as much or as less as you choose. All these wouldn't work out well if you normally skip breakfast. PLEASE DON'T.

Tell me how well it worked for you in a comment below. I would love to hear from you.

#speakingfromexperience

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7 comments:

  1. I will try these immediately..

    Thanks for the tip

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    1. You are welcome Loretta..

      Please ensure to comment on how well it worked for you.

      Stay Healthy, Stay Wise

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  2. Nice post.. Very educative

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    1. Paul Samuel - FitnessDoctor6 June 2017 at 14:58

      Remember you deserve to look good, let no one tell you different.

      Stay Healthy, Stay Wise

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    1. Paul Samuel - FitnessDoctor6 June 2017 at 14:57

      You are welcome Precious.

      Remember to join the healthy community to receive free ebooks and health articles.

      I would love to see you there..

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