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Trainer's Tips on How to Stop Overeating

A Trainer's 6 Top Tips For How to Stop Overeating

Trainer's Tips on How to Stop Overeating
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If you're in the habit of eating way past the point of fullness, or if cleaning your plate has become a daily occurrence, it can lead to bloating and weight gain. If you struggle with that cycle of overeating, NASM-certified personal trainer Sam Altieri shared these six strategies in an Instagram post to get you back on track to listening to your body and eating until you're satiated, not stuffed.

"Breaking the habit may not be easy at first," Sam wrote in her caption. "It most likely won't vanish overnight, but if you're patient, work on it one meal at a time, and focus on getting better at understanding your body and hunger cues, you can (and will) make progress!" Here's how.

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