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Serve From the Stove "Leave serving dishes on the stove instead of at the dining table and you'll eat nearly 10 percent less. And pack snacks into single-serving bags. Eating out of a large container ups consumption by 61 percent."
Sweeten Up Your Morning Embrace "breakfast dessert." In a 2012 study, researchers at Tel Aviv University Medical Center found that dieters who ate a large breakfast that included a sweet treat lost 37 pounds more over eight months than those on an equal-calorie diet with a smaller, low-carb breakfast.
Aim for a Size "Buy an outfit in your healthiest size and hang it on your bedroom door as a reminder of your goal."
Skip the Ads Fast-forward through commercials on your DVR. A University of California study found that images of high-cal foods stimulate the brain's appetite control center, triggering hunger.
Feed Your Family "If you live with people who like to indulge, buy treats for them that you don't like yourself."
Flex Clench your fists when you have a food craving. A series of studies published in the Journal of Consumer Research in 2011 found that people were better able to control their impulses when they tightened a muscle for at least 30 seconds.
Go for Cold Turkey "After a sweet treat, eat half a slice of deli turkey to keep you from wanting more."
Reframe Your Goals "Change your goal from 'lose 20 pounds' to 'lose 1 pound 20 times,' and give yourself credit for each one."
Mix it Up (Sometimes) "Variety stokes your appetite. Limit the variety of treats you buy so you'll eat less of them; and do the opposite with vegetables so you'll eat more of them."
Downsize Your Plate "Eat what your family eats, but put your serving on a kid-size plate."