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According to WOMEN'S HEALTH, Just eliminate these surprisingly destructive habits and the sneaky foods that are responsible for destroying your diet.
1. You eat with your hands- a new survey suggests that people who use tongs to serve themselves actually eat 30% less
2. You're drinking too much-A single-sized juice bottle actually contains two or three servings—and two to three times more calories. Your best bet: Replace juice with water, and eat your calories instead of drinking them
3. You eat fruity yogurt- Most fruit-flavored yogurts—and plenty of other healthy-sounding foods—are sweetened with fructose. But unlike other sweeteners, this one doesn't tell your brain you're full, according to a new study. The result: You end up eating way more calories than your body actually needs.
4. Your favorite team is losing- You are more likely to binge eat the day after your favorite team has a big loss.
5. You're overdoing it at breakfast- While the standard serving size for cereal is about two-thirds of a cup, breakfast bowls can hold much, much more. So when you fill yours to the brim with cereal, and top it off with milk, you could be eating twice as many calories as you think—or more.
6. You Treat Yourself a Little TOO Often- When you indulge in sweet or fatty foods like ice cream regularly, you end up craving larger portions to feel satisfied. Need a sweet treat every day? A new study published in the journal Food Quality and Preference found that a few bites will satisfy you just as much as a larger serving.
7. You're Guzzling Diet Soda Drinking calorie-free sweeteners is like dumping water in your gas tank instead of gasoline. (For non-mechanics: It fills you up, but doesn't keep your motor running.) When hunger strikes, drink water instead, and fill up on wholesome foods to drive off hunger pangs later.
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