Weight Loss Tips: don’t skip meals and choose healthful low-calorie snacks
Even though, you want to lose weight, make sure that you eat. Many people find that going longer than a few hours without food makes them more likely to overeat later (often on high-calorie treats). Find a meal-
timing pattern that works best for you. If you eat between meals, plan ahead for healthful “mini-snacks” (100 to 200 calories), such as a small container of low-fat yogurt with a handful of berries; two tablespoons of hummus with a cup of baby carrots or sliced bell peppers; a slice of cheese or two thin slices of turkey on half a whole-grain pita; an ounce (small handful) of nuts; or a tablespoon of peanut butter and a banana.