Excuse: "Working out increases my appetite, so I gain weight."
"Burning calories does increase your appetite," says nutrition and exercise physiologist Felicia Stoler. Satisfy your hunger with foods that are high in fiber, like veggies, whole grains, nuts and fruits. Also guzzle water. "Sometimes when you feel hungry, you're actually thirsty," she says. And don't wait until you're starving to eat. You'll be less likely to overdo it (or to go through that enormous bag of chips).Read MoreLess