Unconscious Eating Habits

Unconscious Eating Habits

  I do exercises. Just due to the fact that I’m watching TV, it doesn’t mean I have to be lazing around and stationary. I can watch the newswhile doing a floor workout, flexibility training, strength training or walking on my treadmill (I’m sure an elliptical would be just as good). In that method, I can stay interested in my show, and my workouts become a lot more compelling. I get through the workouts while getting my favorite shows in simultaneously. That method, working out is far less of a chore and I feel like TV watching ends up being something good I do for my body.  I keep my hands occupied. I keep occupied with a easy task that lets me watch the show but won’t let me easily grab for the nibbles. With that way, I’m able to carry on binging on television without forfeiting my waistline to it. This is also a fantastic method to get through any number of chores or repetitive and easy tasks that don’t require me to look at what I’m doing. It can be anything. I’ll knit a hat, draw on a paper, or even fold my laundry. With the folding, the key is to take care to do it neatly so it will last throughout the entire show. That said, on heavy laundry days, that’s not an issue! I just make sure that whatever I choose to do isn’t distracting or noisy to everyone else who is watching.

Just as I don’t block myself from snacking, I don’t deprive myself either. Then again, I don’t sit down with the full bag of chips. In that method, I can appreciate my snack and appreciate my favorites, guiltlessly. Ultimately, exactly what I’ve learnt is that the most effective means to keep from snacking with every tv show or movie I watch is to do things that are healthy for my body or that keep my hands busy. This is consequential, since my worst weakness relating to weight-loss is craving for food. I’m great at working out, and also I’ve made a committed initiative to get enough sleep at night and to pay attention to what I’m eating. More often than not, I find that I don’t just feel a little hungry, I’m famished. 

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