It seems so straightforward....
- Eat your low glycemic meals
- Avoid after-dinner snacking
- Get to bed
However, it can be tough, even for individuals who are good at making wise dietary decisions.
In fact, many of my clients struggle with these issues, even the ones who have made substantial progress and had weight loss and body fat success.
And by the way, avoiding after-dinner eating is one of the best ways to keep your insulin levels low, which will help you to lose weight and drop body fat.
But why is it so hard, even if you know better?
The answer is multifaceted and is different for many people but ultimately it is behavioral.
You're simply just used to it.
So I'd like to show you one of my tricks that helps me avoid eating after dinner.
After dinner each night, I’d brush my teeth.
While that may seem silly and simplistic, it can be enough.
Just changing the taste in my mouth from 'eating' to 'clean' is often enough to break the habit.
Furthermore, I don't want to keep brushing my teeth several times each night.
Another trick...to avoid after-dinner eating.
Yes, just taking your daily fish oil after dinner can help diminish cravings.
In fact, many dietary fats can help cut the cravings:
Macadamia nut oil
I must admit, I am accustomed to taking my Omega-3 fish oil in the morning.
However, many clients have told me they find it much more effective for breaking sugar cravings if they take at night or split 1/2 in AM and 1/2 in PM.
The method that is proven to consistently work:
For My Private clients it's:
1. Build metabolism with exercise - 20 percent
2. Control glucose with diet - 40 percent
3. Be Accountable & track progress - 40 percent
Together they = 100-percent!
Individually they do not work for long-term success.
If you know of someone who is a good fit for our program for any number of reasons:
- Fat/Weight Loss
- Improved Strength
- Improved Immune System
- Improved Health
- Improved Bone Density
- Decreased Medications
- Muscular/Joint Disorders
Please have them contact us.
I will make sure they are well treated and given all the tools for success.