Control your calorie intake.
If you cannot burn all the excess calories, try to watch what you are eating and cut that indulgence on unhealthy, high-calorie foods. You can find many resources on how many calories a serving of your favorite food has, and if you are taking more high-calorie, unhealthy food, try to replace it with more fibrous and healthy vegetables and fruits. You can have a meal plan to follow.
However, if you already have those extra pounds and body fat, you need to use them up first with regular exercise. The more unwanted calories you have accumulated for years, the harder you need to work.
* Drink water instead of high-calorie drinks.
If you want to cut on your overeating habits, do not forget to drink plenty of water every day. Aside from helping the body to have a good metabolism, water also makes you feel full. Forget about those high-calorie drinks and soda.
* Pay attention to your stomach.
When you are full, stop eating. Most often, when we eat big meals we tend not to mind if we are already full or not. Take your time in every meal and chew the food properly. This way, you can easily determine if you are already full, so do not overeat.
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