7 Simple Ways to Save 100 Calories (Page 8)

No-sweat Calorie Saver #7: Halve the amount of rice you have with your stir-fry.

A cup of rice (200 calories) is technically two servings of grains. That's fine: even if you're eating only 1,200 calories—the lowest calorie level that's considered healthy—you still need six servings of grains a day. But if you're trying to bank calories, limit your grain servings to one at dinner and save those calories to spend later.

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