I am an eater by trade and design. It’s pretty much what I do, so I need to pay close attention to what I eat and how I do it. But carefully measuring portions of dried pasta with funny spaghetti cups and checking the ounces per serving of dishes is not my scene and it can take the fun out of cooking and eating.
I have found that the single most important element for me is to be conscious of the speed at which I eat. I worked in kitchens for years, where I often wolfed down a meal standing up while finishing my prep list. It was tough to transition out of that mindset even after I left the restaurant world. Focusing on foods that simply take me longer to eat is my easy solution – salads and soup top the list.
How do you think movie stars get their chiseled jaws? Lettuce workouts. I’m sure of it. Here are my top five tips for healthy portion control – chiseled jawlines are a just a happy byproduct... Read More