Don't drink your calories. Replace caloric soft drinks and juices with calorie-free drinks. A single serving of regular soda can contain over a hundred calories and many people drink multiple servings per day. Your body doesn't recognize liquid calories as food, so you still end up eating as much solid food as you would otherwise. Choose water or unsweetened tea to keep your calories and waistline in check.
Juice: who doesn't like it? It's the sugary, delicious sweet part of the fruit. However, people interested in losing weight might want to cut out the juice. Although derived from natural fruits, most juices have no fiber and little to offer nutritionally in the way of vitamins, with the exception of the high levels of vitamin C found in orange juice. Tomato and V-8 juice fare somewhat better, and are very low-calorie to boot, but both are loaded with salt. So if you want to lose weight, either skip your morning juice in favor of morning tea or coffee, or choose one of the reduced-calorie "healthy choices" juices now on the market. You'll still get that sweet-tart taste without all the calories.