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Preventing Overeating: Weight Loss Strategies to use when Eating Out

Posted by Ross Harrison, CSCS, NSCA-CPT on September 1, 2010

     Overeating can make it almost impossible to lose weight, because any time you consume more calories than you burn, your body is forced to store fat. Therefore, if you want to lose weight and fat, it is important to minimize overeating. This article explains three tips you can use to prevent yourself from consuming too many calories when eating out.

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Tips to Prevent Overeating: General Strategies

Posted by Ross Harrison, CSCS, NSCA-CPT on August 15, 2010

     Overeating is one of the greatest obstacles for people wanting to lose fat, get in shape, and improve their health. Eating too much can make it almost impossible to achieve your health and fitness goals, because any time you consume more calories than you burn, your body will be forced to store more fat. This will happen regardless of how healthy you eat, so it is important to avoid overeating as much as possible.

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The Eat This, Not That Mentality

Posted by Ross Harrison, CSCS, NSCA-CPT on June 20, 2010

     Chances are you have heard of the “Eat This, Not That!” series of nutrition books. At this point there are at least 7 different books, not including updated versions, and you can frequently see segments on morning TV shows where the viewer is asked to guess which of two foods or meals is lower in fat or calories. Needless to say, the eat this, not that mentality is very popular right now, but is it really a good way to approach nutrition?

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The Body Paradox: Why nutritional choices that seem good may actually be hurting your results

Posted by Ross Harrison, CSCS, NSCA-CPT on March 28, 2010

     Nutrition can be a confusing topic, especially when there are so many messages about how and what you should eat and drink. These mixed messages, along with the fact that no single approach works best for everyone, means that people are constantly experimenting with new ways to improve their health and fat loss through nutrition. Working on improving your nutrition is certainly a good thing, as long as the changes you make are actually improvements. Unfortunately, people often have the intention of making better decisions, but accidentally end up sabotaging their success.

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