1. Learn Portion Control – What is the right amount of food for your body size and activity level? Your protein portion per meal should not exceed the size and thickness of your palm;Your fruits and vegetables (not calorie-dense starches) should equal two loose fists. If you are eating a high-glycemic starchy carbohydrate (potatoes, pasta, white rice, or breads), your portion should equal the size of one clenched fist.
2.Water Intake. Often we eat when we are actually thirsty. Keep yourself well hydrated.
3. Choose Supporting Supplements – There are many natural products that can help you control your appetite, burn fat and improve metabolism to make it easier to lose weight. Review the product list on the back and find out which of these products are right for you.
4. Control Calories – Try not to consume more than 500 calories per meal for males and 400 calories per meal for females – the maximum number of calories most people can consume and metabolize in one meal without storing fat.