Control Your Sleep: Too much sleep will lead your metabolism rate to slow down while you are awake, less sleep will lead you to intake more calories due to lack of energy during the day.
Reduce Stress: Hormones secreted due to excessive and continuous stress will increase your appetite and cause more fats to be stored in your body.
Have a Diet Diary: Noting down the things you ate in details and calculate the calorie amount of the things you eat will increase your loyalty in your diet as well as it will allow you to see what you did wrong in case you can’t get the desired results.
Reduce Your Appetite: Some high nutritional value foods such as grapefruit, oats, apples, eggs, ginger, green leafy vegetables will naturally reduce your appetite.
Minimize Your Meals: Sitting at the table with a full plate will cause you to keep eating even you are full. Do not get too much on your plate. Even, some experts claim that using smaller plates will lead you to psychologically eat less.
Review Your Habits: Everyone has a something that “triggers” to eat. Some love to snacking while watching TV while some of us can’t control his or her appetite when he or she works too long until midnight.
Determine which events force you to eat at what times and take action against it. For instance, you can prepare low calorie and healthy snacks instead of chips and you can consume it when you starve.
Don’t Skip Your Meals: Each meal you will skip will come back as more calories in the following meals. Also, your metabolic rates slow down when you skip meals and you will start to burn fewer calories.