Dieting: Old Advice, New Again
From: The Times in Plain English
Practice portion control.
Exercise and weigh yourself every day. If the number on the scale begins to creep up, you should walk, bike or swim a little more. You should eat a little less for a few days.
Eat many homemade meals. Load the meals with vegetables.
Choose calorie-controlled snacks like popcorn, graham crackers, and ice cream (really ice milk). No seconds!
You are most likely to be successful when you decide what changes in diet to make and when. Dietary change is a slow process. It’s one that requires ongoing attention.
Read the facts on the nutrition label. Sugar often compensates for flavor.
Fruit juice may be fat-free. But it is not low in calories. It contains large amounts of sugar.
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