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Weight Resolutions ~ [Issue 0106-1]  Wellness Weekly
 Jan 03, 2006 09:36 PST 

RESOLUTIONS THAT CARRY WEIGHT

If you want to keep that weight-wise New Year's resolution, try such
tricks as filling up on salad before going out or eating slowly,
Michigan experts advise. Central Michigan University Associate
Professor Roschelle Heuberger, a registered dietitian, also
recommends: fill up on veggies without dip prior to drinking alcohol,
put food on a plate, leave the buffet and eat only what you took;
drink seltzer water instead of alcohol; eat three small meals and one
snack a day to avoid binge eating at night; fill up on low-calorie,
high-fiber fare such as fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains;
if you cannot resist rich desserts, take only a small piece and avoid
seconds; purchase only minimal quantities of high-fat, energy-dense
foods; and exercise, such as taking brisk walk every evening after
dinner.

WAYS TO BE A BIG LOSER IN 2006

Eating expert Bill Curry has seven tips on how to lose big in 2006,
including eating only when hungry and in moderate portions. Other
tips include: eat slowly and savor your food, taking at least 30
seconds for each bite; periodically pause and monitor your level of
hunger; stop eating when no longer feeling hunger and stow any
remaining food in the refrigerator; do not eat until full but do not
deny yourself food; check in on your hunger pangs 15 minutes after
your meal. Curry, a Walpole, New Hampshire, inventor, holds two
United States patents on the Powerseed, a tiny electronic eating
coach that reminds you to eat slowly, avoid thoughtless snacking, and
stop eating when no longer hungry.
	
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