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A good way to help you lose weight is to stay current with all of the scientific information regarding nutrition. Periodically, studies are released that show whether certain foods can be good or bad for us. Studies like these can be really enlightening and might make you adjust your diet.

To chart your progress, take before and after pictures during the course of your diet. Rather than concentrating on the number of pounds or inches lost, you can see for yourself how the changes have affected your appearance. Of course, this also makes it easier for you to share your progress with others.

Buy smaller plates. Many dish sets contain plates designed to hold significantly more than one serving of food. These plates can make normal portions look small. You may, inadvertently, end up eating more than is necessary. Replace your large plates with small ones. Getting smaller plates will make your portions look larger.

When you use your kitchen or eating area for activities other than eating or preparing meals, you are setting yourself up for weight gain. By doing your computer work at the kitchen table, you are more likely to eat more because you are in closer proximity to an easy snack.

Help yourself to become psychologically prepared to lose weight by taking a mindfulness class. Mindfulness is a technique that teaches you to be aware of what you are doing, and of everything around you at every moment. It can help you relieve stress and remain calm in all situations. While you are eating, the training helps you to think of nothing but the taste, feel, appearance and smell of the food, how often you chew it, and how pleasurable it is to you. Not only will this encourage you to eat more slowly, but it will give you greater enjoyment and appreciation of each meal.