It’s not about eating as little as possible; in fact, we should be aiming to eat as much as needed by your body, depending on your goals. It’s a very different mindset of seeing food as fuel instead of a reward/culprit. You need to eat because your body literally needs the nutrients (vitamins, minerals, CHO, etc.).
Staying at home is a holiday for some of us, and a gateway to Netflix & binge for others. Identify your motivators and productivity killers, one-up yourself and use this time to create new habits.
It’s obviously easier said than done, so what i tried myself was to change just 1 variable everyday: Wake up 1hr earlier, skip breakfast, get 1 programme done before lunch, eat 1 fewer protein bar etc. Start small, and within the first week, i’ve gotten myself a routine i’m already semi-used to: Waking early, clearing work before lunch, controlling calories and having daily workouts followed by a long walk for me to clock my steps and create virtual content.
A helpful strategy even for myself: Out of sight, out of mind. Keep that pack of biscuits out of reach; never ever buy digestives; hide the bag of chips; bury the bar of chocolate deep within your fridge that it becomes a hassle to even get it out.
Check the scale; 2 weeks into lockdown, has ur weight gone up? And if so, what are you going to do about it?