If you’re like me, eating out for breakfast is one of my favourite meals of the day. When I was studying at university I got into the habit of eating breakfast cereals for dinner (no judgement please). I’ve been doing a lot of reading and research on health and fitness and there’s a trend called intermittent fasting, which is essentially changing your eating window to be smaller meaning you can have larger portions when you do eat but less meals overall. For example, if you were intermittent fasting you might eat a large lunch, a snack and dinner, but skip breakfast. If I eat breakfast too early in the day I’m painfully hungry all day so I have found this a good way to keep my waistline in check while still enjoying large meals.2) Use a Smaller Plate
Some all-inclusive packages include drinks, whether it’s juice or alcoholic beverages. These drinks are “empty calories” – meaning they provide very low nutritional value but are often high in calories. If you don’t use those calories when you’re lounging by the pool or relaxing in a massage they’ll likely be converted into fat – which is not what you want. Opting to instead drink water for most of your meals is a great way to lower your consumed calories and ensure that you come home a similar size to when you left home.Do you have any tips for how NOT to over eat when you’re on an all-inclusive holiday or a holiday in general? This is one of the departments I always struggle in, so any tips would be warmly welcomed. Let me know in the comments below!