Controlling what you eat to improve your PCOS symptoms
via weight loss
is a bit like learning to live without nicotine. So pick up some tips from smokers about changing your eating habits to lose weight.
When you’re considering some mouth-watering dish, count to 30 … a craving will usually subside in a very short time. Alternatively, visualize your thinner body looking great in a pair of shorts and tee shirt.
Smokers find other activities to take their minds off cigarettes. So, instead of eating snacks, adopt a healthy substitute habit, like drinking tea – use the loose-leaf kind to make an occasion of preparing and drinking it.
Smoking is a routine, so smokers change their behaviour to break bad habits. Do the same with food. Change your routine so you’re more aware of eating. If you usually eat while watching TV, put on exercise clothes when you get home and do stretches, leg lifts and crunches, instead, while you watch TV. When it comes to meals, eat away from the TV.
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