1. Ease your way into produce
    If you're new to eating lots of fruit and vegetables, start slowly. Just add them to the foods you already enjoy. Pile salad vegies into your meals or add fruit to your breakfast.
  2. Listen to your cravings
    If you're craving something sweet, eat something sweet - just opt for something like fruit rather than ice cream. The same goes for crunchy cravings - try Celebrity Slim Savoury Snacks instead of potato chips.  It's just smart substitution!
  3. Get to know your portion sizes
    It's easy to underestimate how much you're eating. Today, don't just estimate things - make sure. Ask how much is in a serving, read the fine print on labels and measure your food.
  4. Make the most out of your walks
    If your walking routine has become too easy, increase your effort by finding hills. Just be sure to tackle them at the beginning of your walk, when you have the energy to spare.
  5. Brush your teeth after every meal and snack
    This will be a signal to your mouth - and your mind - that it's time to stop eating.  Brushing will also give your mouth a nice fresh taste that you'll be disinclined to ruin with a random chip.  At work, keep a toothbrush with a cover and toothpaste in your desk drawer.