3. Downsize Your Dinner
If dinner tends to be the biggest meal of the day and breakfast tends to be the smallest, try flipping those proportions. The body’s metabolism works at a significantly higher rate in the morning compared to later in the day, according to findings published in February 2020 in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. As a result, you’ll burn off more of the calories from a big breakfast than from a big dinner.
Still like the feeling of sitting down to a big meal at night? Filling half of your plate with veggies makes your portions feel more generous while keeping your overall calorie count low, Palinski-Wade says.
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