Keeping meals and portion sizes the same minimizes the chances of cheating or grabbing on-the-go food with mystery nutritional information.
Automate Your Meals
For breakfast, try kick-starting your day with Dr. Oz's Magical Breakfast Blaster.
Change Your Flatware
Additionally, switch to using 9-inch plates. Most dinner plates are 12.5 - 13 inches. Smaller plates create portion control; you'll eat less and feel fuller.
Don't reinvent the wheel; Dr. Oz's Ultimate Diet is about dieting smart, not hard. Conquer cravings before they start by being prepared with emergency snacks.
Have automated emergency snacks on hand that are full of fiber, like nuts and edamame.
Your environment and emotions often control your eating habits. Take control by make your health goals known and find a support system.
Call Your Weight Loss Buddy
Recruit your partner – be it a spouse, a friend, a coworker – someone you can talk to about your goals, your meals, and your new plan. Make a plan to talk (or email) 5 minutes every day.