3 Tiny Eating Adjustments That’ll Help You Lose Weight Long-Term

Small steps for big gains.


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If you shy away from radical health overhauls, then you’re in luck. Researchers at the University of North Carolina found that those who make minor adjustments to their food and exercise achieve just as much long-term weight loss as drastic dieters. Here are three small changes that make a sizeable impact. These tweaks can help you lose weight…

Hydrate, and then hydrate again…

Drink two glasses of water before every meal. Those who did this as part of a 12-week study by Maastricht University in the Netherlands lost an additional 1.3kg.

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Clock it

Be a creature of habit. Women who eat at the same time every day consume fewer kilojoules on average. No time for brekkie? Grab a shake to go.

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Rearrange your kitchen

Place nutritious food at the front of the cupboard. This almost halves your risk of unhealthy snacking. Call it the ‘hide and don’t seek’ diet.

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