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Buffet Temptations How Not to Binge Eat At Your Next Buffet

We’ve all been there. You rush to the table full of irresistible food temptations only to get those chicken wings that smell like lemon and garlic and you can’t stop yourself from grabbing slices of mustard-roasted beef fillet kept aside and seconds after, <br><br>your eyes catch sight of those palatable appetizers and then drinks and mouth-watering desserts – the all-you-can-eat buffet is just so enticing that there’s no way you can keep yourself from overeating.

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Buffet Temptations How Not to Binge Eat At Your Next Buffet

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  1. Buffet TemptationsHow Not to Binge Eat At Your Next Buffet

  2. We’ve all been there. You rush to the table full of irresistible food temptations only to get those chicken wings that smell like lemon and garlic and you can’t stop yourself from grabbing slices of mustard-roasted beef fillet kept aside and seconds after, your eyes catch sight of those palatable appetizers and then drinks and mouth-watering desserts – the all-you-can-eat buffet is just so enticing that there’s no way you can keep yourself from overeating.

  3. Ok, wait is it really factual? Are we all bound to binge at buffet parties? Needless to say, it’s hard to avoid bingeing at a buffet meal that displays an array of come-eat-me treats. However, there are some healthy options and strategies that can certainly help you control calorie overload and avoid binge eating. So without ado, let’s get started with conquering your binge eating disorder.

  4. Ok, wait is it really factual? Are we all bound to binge at buffet parties? Needless to say, it’s hard to avoid bingeing at a buffet meal that displays an array of come-eat-me treats. However, there are some healthy options and strategies that can certainly help you control calorie overload and avoid binge eating. So without ado, let’s get started with conquering your binge eating disorder.

  5. Going on an Empty Stomach? No Way! Hit up a buffet with your stomach having nothing inside, you starving bad and you’ll jeopardise your own willpower and find it challenging or say almost impossible to avoid overeating. An empty stomach goes a long way to push you into inevitably gulping down every item that falls your way. Suggestion? Have a light snack or a few pieces of fruits before you jump on the table to calm your rumbling tummy.

  6. Have a Glass of Water Heading to a buffet meal? Drink a big glass of water before you treat your stomach to those food temptations. This will leave less room for stuffing foods into your belly, helping your willpower do its best. Play Your “PLATE” Trick While the alluring buffet table and food-friendly environment set you up for bingey behaviour as soon as you enter the venue, you can still trick your mind and interest by choosing your plates, cups and bowls wisely. Go for smaller dishes and plates so that you can easily avoid taking too much. Added to that, how you fill your plate has to do with your overeating attack. Begin with fruits and salads first, leaving less room for heavy, high-calorie foods.

  7. Keep Track of What Goes Inside Knowing what’s going in your mouth can help realise how much you’re eating and when to stop. Before putting one of everything on your plate, take a walk around the table to see things on offer. And, then you can select your desired options rather than just grabbing everything around. Our final advice? Keep a tab on these tactics and the chances are you won’t be struggling much with your bingeing disorder at buffets. Once you get your eating in control, you’ll find yourself actually enjoying your foods better. Moreover, if you wish to enjoy delicious buffet without burning a hole in your pocket, there are a number of restaurants that serve cheap buffet in Singapore. All you need to do is adhere to these strategies before your move out for your big meal.

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