Celebrity Tricks and Tips for Healthy Eating
What works for Julia Roberts, Sela Ward and Matt Damon?
WebMD Weight Loss Clinic - Feature
Reviewed By Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, LD
Lawrence Olivier is said to have eaten an apple and a bit of pungent blue cheese for lunch each day to maintain his weight. Why? The stronger the flavor of food, the more satisfied he felt. Lord Larry knew what he was doing -- highly flavored foods are one of my favorite ways to make a meal exciting and enticing, but not fattening. At my company, Diet Designs, we've taught many Hollywood stars easy tricks and tips for planning meals packed with taste, not calories. But you don't have to be invited to the Oscars to use these simple secrets.
Pump Up the Flavor!
Call it the Olivier Principle. Satisfy yourself with flavor-rich foods, and you'll eat less and enjoy it more.
You can enjoy the "decadent" dishes you love if you substitute a few healthier ingredients.
Stocking and Purging
You'll eat better without effort if you purge problem foods from your kitchen and stock up on tasty, good-for-you options.
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