Karen Ensle Ed.D., RDN, FAND, CFCS
Family & Community Health Sciences Educator
Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Union County
Eating habits that prompt us to mindlessly eat a whole bag of chips or popcorn at a sitting can really add calories and extra fat to our diet. However, who wants to keep track of every bite that we put in our mouths? The best strategy is to transform mindless eating habits into healthy eating habits that are automatic so you eat less without really thinking about it. Here's how:
Pick your biggest danger zone and take small steps to make needed changes. Remember, it takes time to automate good habits so start today and work on one at a time. Keep mindful of planning healthy meals and snacks. Thinking is step one, planning is step two and mindful eating is step three. Doing does it!
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