Heck, you might even have some fun while cutting your calories.
Wine has some health benefits, but it's also full of calories. This wine glass will show you just how many calories you're throwing back by downing glass after glass, so you can make an informed decision for your health. (Caloric Cuvee, $20)
Keep yourself honest with a digital food scale. This one from Williams-Sonoma is compact and features an LCD screen so you can easily see how much food you are eating in ounces and grams. (Williams-Sonoma, $20)
When in doubt, you can't go wrong with extra veggies. This portion control plate will help you fill your plate with the nutrients you need, in the portions that are best for your body. (Zazzle, $30).
One of the best ways to purge extra fat and calories from your diet is to season your food with fresh herbs, rather than excess butter and oils. Keep it simple by growing your own compact herb garden in your kitchen. (Home Depot, $63)
Speaking of herbs, whip your fresh ones into shape with an awesome pair of herb scissors. These bad boys chop your fresh herbs with their five pairs of blades so that you can add fresh flavor to your meals in a flash. (Target, $12)
I have one of these. And I can attest to you that it is the fastest way to make a smoothie out of whichever delicious ingredients you can find in your fridge. Spinach, nuts, frozen berries — anything is game. (NutriLiving, $90)
One of the best ways to control your calorie intake and stay satisfied is by drinking enough water each day. It is seriously that simple — and even more simple with this hydration-tracking water bottle. (Lucky Vitamin, $20)
Steam your healthy veggies quickly — and without adding fat and oil — by utilizing this silicone steamer with the pans you already own. (Dealtz, $35)
Food huggers are the awesome kitchen tools that you didn't know you needed. They keep your veggies fresh so you don't have to worry about them going bad, which ostensibly can help you up your intake. (Food Huggers, $10)
Nix your refined carb intake with a noodle slicer that will allow you to spiral slice zucchini and other squash for your own homemade veggie noodles. (Bed Bath & Beyond, $30)
Salad dressing is a great way to spice up your salads and fresh veggies, but it's only good for a diet if you know how much you're using. Concerned? Use this portion-control salad dressing cruet to keep your portions in check. (Amazon, $9)
When it comes to activity trackers, there are many reputable devices that can keep track of your calorie burn and sleep cycles. We love the Misfit Shine, though, because of its affordable price point and its stylish design. (Misfit, $70, chain not included)
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