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23 Shocking Weight-Loss Tips Which are Very Much Possible

12. Learn about serving sizes and figure out how much you’re actually eating.

"Because most people don't really know how much they eat throughout the day and where that puts them calorie-wise, we generally end up eating more than we want or expect. It's helpful to measure your food so you can have a better appreciation for how much food you're actually eating. This doesn't have to be a forever kind of thing; measuring food can be tedious. Just do it for a day or two to get a sense of how much you're actually eating.As an example, what people think is a tablespoon of peanut butter (by eye-balling) ends up being two (if not) more tablespoons. When you start to measure your food and begin to understand what a 1/2 cup of oatmeal or four ounces of beef actually looks like, it becomes readily apparent how much you've been OVERestimating your food intake."—Tony Gentilcore, Boston-based personal trainer and fitness coach

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“Because most people don’t really know how much they eat throughout the day and where that puts them calorie-wise, we generally end up eating more than we want or expect. It’s helpful to measure your food so you can have a better appreciation for how much food you’re actually eating. This doesn’t have to be a forever kind of thing; measuring food can be tedious. Just do it for a day or two to get a sense of how much you’re actually eating.

As an example, what people think is a tablespoon of peanut butter (by eye-balling) ends up being two (if not) more tablespoons. When you start to measure your food and begin to understand what a 1/2 cup of oatmeal or four ounces of beef actually looks like, it becomes readily apparent how much you’ve been OVERestimating your food intake.”

Tony Gentilcore, Boston-based personal trainer and fitness coach