With Diwali Card Party, Christmas and New Year around the corner and your party plans ready, there is a very high possibility that you would end up over eating at these parties. Try this the next time you're out partying to avoid overeating.
Once you arrive at the party, give a good glimpse to the food first. "Do a good survey of the food spread and thinking about which foods are your favorites and which food items you can avoid. Plan your intake in advance".Remember these tips during partying to avoid overeating:
Tell yourself that you don’t have to try one of everything.
Load up on fruits and vegetables. They have more fiber and fewer calories so you can fill your plate, eat healthy, and satisfy your appetite.
Move away from the buffet. Fill a small plate with no more than two food items at once and then mingle.
"Hang out with the talkers, not the eaters." Keep something in your hands, like a low-calorie drink, and avoid the temptation to grab appetizers as they pass by.
Don't deprive yourself completely. Allow yourself a few special holiday treats, but choose carefully. Think before you load your plate with holiday food.
Bypass most of the buffet and save your calories for the foods you really enjoy.
Prolong the moment. The longer you linger before indulging in your holiday food choices, the less likely you’ll eat too much. Don't head straight to the front of the buffet line. If you're the first to eat, then you'll be finished before everyone else and more tempted to go back for seconds.
Try these tips and let me know if you could succeed in avoiding bloating yourself. Do share these with your friends and family.
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