Natural foods digest better than processed stuff. Some also include extra calories. "Check your food against nature," Cody Stanford advises. "If it does not, it is likely processed, which can be problematic for weight regulation."
It's instinctive. Eat only when hungry. We may overthink hunger signals. We may delay eating when hungry to cut calories. We may overestimate our hunger and overeat, making us uncomfortable. Cody Stanford advises acknowledging and following hunger cues. Eat when hungry. Eat only when hungry. Listen to your hunger cues—don't overthink it.
Like water. It's a weight-loss and life-sustaining drink. Hydration helps in numerous ways, including weight loss. Water with and after meals will help you feel satiated for longer, preventing you from snacking. It can also increase metabolism and calorie burn.
Kenney and Cody Stanford advise finding little strategies to increase daily activity. "Taking the stairs instead of the elevator, parking farther from the entrance, or going for a walk during lunch might add up to more movement during the day.Daily activity burns more calories. As mentioned, modest modifications can have a tremendous impact.