Top 25 Weight Loss TIPS!
- Eat Breakfast...a must...thin people do not
- Include "keeping it off" as part of your
overall weight loss strategy.
- Lots of low carb, low cal, or low fat snacks
and lots of portions of healthy vegetables can help you to avoid
- If you find that you are still hungry...perhaps
a larger salad or more soup before your dinner meal.
- A glass of water before a meal and lots of
water (8 glasses at 8oz.)
- NEVER shop for groceries when you are hungry.
Schedule your shopping after a meal. You may buy
something that you should not eat...and we both know that once you buy
it that you are not going to throw it out!
- What "Habits" can you work on that might help
you? A repeated action (daily) is supposed to become a habit
after only twenty one days.
- Eating slowly is one of those habits.
- Eat at times that work for you, but also for
your weight loss...if you are ravenous in the evening, perhaps have a
snack near dinner time and delay dinner an extra hour or more.
Do not eat too late or too near bedtime.
- Sleep seven or more hours per night. (even
Dr.Oz agrees with us on this tip-grin)
- 'Push Away' from the table when you are
satisfied...satisfied not full...satisfied
and full were not far apart.
- Be careful and choose with care as to which
weight loss plan you will decide on.
- Once you have decided on which weight loss
plan, stay on track...you may discover a new and more enticing
plan...remember that you have already put a lot of thought, effort, and
care into your choice, you chose it for many good reasons...so...stick
with it, stay on track.
- There are lots (hundreds, perhaps
thousands) of delicious foods that will work with most weight loss
plans that are available...some are prepackaged, some you can make...do
a little research online and at your grocery store...these options made
my experience so much easier...you do not have to starve or eat
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to lose weight and keep it off, if you do your homework and decide on a
good weight loss plan...it really should work...right? It
will work ...just go one step at a time, one meal at a
at a time... your choice of weight loss plans has been well made and
well planned and prepared for and for good reasons...yes... EXPECT to
lose weight and to keep it off!
- Be serious this time. If you are
going to lose weight, do it right.
- Use common sense...an example is that if you are feeling
starved, you can add more meat (larger portion)
to your sandwiches and/or dinners, or add eggs to your breakfast.
- Be flexible...being flexible goes hand in
hand with using your common sense. If some part of
your weight loss plan does not seem to be working for you, consider
what changes that you can make so that it does work.
- Be brutally honest with yourself. Cheating, fudging, and
rationalizing are not
allowed....include 'no more lying to self' as part of your weight loss
- We all are capable of
backsliding...backsliding is not allowed, but it can happen. What you
do about backsliding and how you
learn from it is what counts. If you make a mistake, figure out
what happened and why. How can you learn from this setback?
How or what changes should you make to prevent it from
- Help someone today!!?? A great
feel good about yourself is to help others as much and as often as
possible. Feeling good about yourself is essential when
losing weight. Positive thinking, positive affirmations,
positive outlook, etc. may be helpful and may have their place
(depending on who you talk to), but helping others in small or large
ways with absolutely no reward in mind, is GUARANTEED
to help you feel
good and to help you feel good about yourself. This feeling
good about yourself stuff is a necessary ingredient in your
weight loss plan. Do not dismiss its value in your weight
loss, and as a bonus, it will spill over into all other areas of your
life, such as relationships, work, your happiness, and much more.
This tip is important...try it...you will like it...actually
you will love it!
- Exercise...find an exercise that you
like...hiking, walking, swimming, gardening, sports, etc. If
you will perform that exercise for 30 or more minutes every day, that
it will become a "habit", and hopefully a habit that you will look
forward to and enjoy. (Some weight loss gurus say every other
day, we say every day in order to make exercise a 'habit')
- Don't leave home without it! Carry a
snack or two or more in your car. This one has proven itself
to be a lifesaver, again and again. Why?
You go somewhere, anywhere and you stay longer than expected
and get hungry, or the only food available is an absolute nono, etc.
Run out to your car and grab a snack or two, or open a snack
on your way home instead of stopping at a FATS FOOD Restaurant (FATS is
purposely misspelled...but that is what they should be
called-grin...remember that before you stop).
- Make it FUN!
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Spend a little more of your time and focus on making losing
weight easier and more FUN.
is to absorb a tip or two at a time, not necessarily the whole list all
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your starting a weight loss plan. Gathering information is, however, an
important part of your weight loss endeavor and can mean success rather
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