Watch your serving sizes and try for moderation while planning your meals.
Adopt the balanced plate technique, in which half of your plate is comprised of non-starchy veggies, one-quarter is lean protein and one-quarter is whole grains or starchy vegetables
Slow down, relish every meal, and tune into your body's signs for when you're full and when you're still hungry to practice mindful eating.
High-fiber diets are associated with feelings of fullness, improved digestion, and more consistent blood sugar levels.
Consumption of processed foods should be limited since they typically include high amounts of harmful fats, added sugars, and salt.
Plan your meals in advance to ensure you have healthy options and avoid making poor decisions out of hunger or boredom.
Keep yourself well hydrated by drinking water often throughout the day.