Fill half your plate with vegetables, one-fourth of your plate with starches and one fourth of your plate with meat.
Skipping meals or leaving large gaps of time between meals may lead you to eat large amounts of food the next that you eat.
No excuses, schedule your workout time like any other important appointment.
Remember, small changes, taken one at a time, can add up to a lifetime of feeling good, looking good, and be the best you can be.
Make changes gradually and according to your lifestyle, so that they actually become part of your lifestyle.
Think evolution, not revolution. Gradual changes feel more natural and are more easily adjusted to and maintained.
Spacing your food intake throughout the day will reduce the odds that you will feel deprived or overeat at one meal.
The number of calories you eat depends on not only what you eat but also how much you eat.
Make fruits, vegetables and whole grains the focus of your meals and use lean meats, fish, and poultry as the side dishes.
Try an unfamiliar fruit or vegetable. (Pomegranates, kiwi, eggplant, plantain, star fruit, papaya, or bok choy)