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Don't scrap, put your thinking cap

It's no secret that food waste is a significant problem in our society. According to the United Nations, around one-third of all global food is wasted annually. Not only is this a critical environmental issue, but it also has severe economic and social consequences.

Eating less is one of the most effective ways to reduce food waste. By being more mindful of the amount of food we consume, we can reduce the amount of food that goes to trash and improve our health and well-being.

Here are some tips for reducing food waste while eating less:

1. Plan your meals: By planning your meals ahead of time, you can ensure that you only buy the amount of food you need and reduce the likelihood of food going to waste.

2. Buy only what you need: When grocery shopping, only buy the food you need for the week. This will reduce food waste and save you money in the long run.

3. Use leftovers: Instead of throwing away leftover food, incorporate it into future meals. For example, leftover vegetables can be added to soups or stews, and leftover meat can be used in sandwiches or salads.

4. Portion control: By being mindful of the amount of food you consume at each meal, you can reduce the likelihood of food going to waste. Try using smaller plates or measuring out portions to help control your intake.

5. Donate excess food: If you have extra food that you know you won't be able to consume, consider donating it to a local food bank or charity.

Following these simple tips, we can all do our part to reduce food waste while maintaining a healthy and balanced diet. Remember, every little bit helps!

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