How to Eat More and Weigh Less (Page 6)

Tip #5. Trim the Fat

“With twice as many calories per bite as carbs or protein, fat calories add up incredibly quickly,” says Rolls. So the more fat on your plate, the less food you can eat without racking up the calories. Keep fat in check by choosing lower-fat options of your favorite foods, such as lean cuts of beef, skinless poultry and nonfat dairy, and trim any visible fat off meat before cooking.

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