Updated: Feb 27
Implementing The Hunger Scale can change the game immediately.
I am not exaggerating when I say that.
The concept of The Hunger Scale is this, check in w/ yourself before you eat. On a scale of 1 - 5, 1 being "I am not hungry at all" + 5 being "I am going to chew your face off", how hungry are you prior to eating?
In The First 10 lbs, a 30-Day Bulletproof Commitment to Fat Loss, there is a printable success journal, but you can totally note this in your own food diary if you like. The important thing here is that you take a moment to tune in w/ your body + that you write down your conclusion so that you can use this data to learn how your body reacts to the foods you eat or don't eat.
After you eat [slowly], check in again. Ask yourself, "Did this meal satisfy my hunger?" Ideally, your answer would be a 3. 3 means you neither ate too much or ate too little. You ate the perfect amount.
5 would mean you eat too much + 1 would mean you ate the whole meal but feel like you didn't eat anything at all. Make sense? Good. Good.
Here is a closer look at The Hunger Scale:
Life After Implementing The Hunger Scale.
If you catch yourself eating to a Satiated Scale of a 5, don't beat yourself up. Just write it down + be sure to keep a log what you ate. In doing so, you will be more likely to remember this "error" + less likely to repeat it. Plus....
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