2. Watch Your Portions

Eating right is important, yes but it is all the more important that you keep your portions in check. It is very easy to overeat. Your body does not need a lot of calories to process at one time. Give it a break. Feed your body at regular intervals of 2-3 hours and you will be fine.

Most of the food items have a nutrition label on the back. Make sure you check the correct serving size and eat accordingly. You don’t have to carry a food weighing scale or anything like that. Your hand is the best measuring tool. Cutting down portions will help you manage your weight better. You can track your food intake on apps like Myfitnesspal.com.