Eat Until You’re Not Hungry — Not Until You’re Full

“Eat until you are no longer hungry, NOT until you are full. Eating to fullness means you’re over-fueling, so if we look at food as fuel, and a source to add energy to cells, then we logically only need to eat until those cells are full. This often occurs before you feel full. There is an empowerment to pushing the plate away before reaching fullness. In the meantime, you’ll cut calories and lose weight.” 

—Kristin Kirkpatrick, author of Skinny Liver and manager of wellness nutrition services at the Cleveland Clinic

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