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Healthy Weight Loss

Published on 6/21/2012
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Now everyone who is seeking healthy weight loss build up a number of tips, below I have listed some of what I believe to be the most useful Eat breakfast. This is certainly the top tip. Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. Eating first thing in the morning wakes up your metabolism and starts the calorie burning process for the rest of the day. Going without breakfast, or leaving it until later in the day to have your first meal, will only mean that your body holds onto whatever fat you have, known as entering starvation mode. Not what you want if you are looking to shed those extra pounds! Don't buy it. do not buy junk food in any shape or form and that need to include processed foods and ready to eat meals, together with sweet treats or unhealthy foods which will only test your will power on a daily basis, and in most cases, after a long tiring day, the chocolate temptation will win. Save calorific treats for one-off occasions, or if you really fancy that piece of chocolate – walk to the shops and burn off those calories beforehand! Ditch the scales. Scales are one of the most de-motivating weight loss tools out there. The number on the scales is no reflection of how healthy your body is from the inside, or how much muscle you have compared to fat. Gaining an extra pound can ruin your day and can be completely confusing if you don't know what you are doing wrong, however, that extra pound could merely be extra water weight or muscle mass. Always judge how well you are doing by what your body shape looks like and how your clothes are fitting. Keep a photo diary. Standing in front of your bathroom mirror taking a picture of yourself does not sound very appealing when you are uncomfortable with your size. But, sometimes, those overweight photos of you from the early days are what keep you going when it comes to making the healthier choices. As your body shape changes these photos will motivate you towards your goal of a slimmer you. Get support. Tell your family and friends what you are trying to achieve, as having encouragement along the way is one of the keys to success. You never know, you may inspire those around you to get healthier. Keep trying new things. Initially, you may find a routine that works and you are slimming down successfully. However, over time, our bodies become so accustomed to this routine, that we start burning fewer calories, slowing down weight loss. Try not to stay loyal to one piece of fitness equipment, and instead, mix things up to work different muscle groups to kick-start weight loss. For example, do a range of different activities such as swimming, cycling, walking, yoga and only use the gym a couple of times a week. Keep the balance. It's no fun being a complete health junkie and never allowing yourself a piece of cake. Eating healthy for the majority of the time and keeping active ensures that when you do have a sweet treat your efforts will not be ruined. Typically, those on a strict diet are more likely to ditch the healthy lifestyle as soon as they have given into a chocolate bar and thought "I've ruined the diet, I may as well give up now". The chocolate bar will do no harm in the long run as long as you eat well for the most part. Take Action. Motivation can be the biggest barrier between you and the body you want. You know that you should exercise, but the thought of physical activity makes you want to lie down on the sofa or check out the fridge. This is where your will power comes into play. Give yourself only one option: and that is to just do it. you can lounge about on the sofa for the rest of the day if you like, but for that 30 minutes that you have spent swimming/cycling/using the step machine at the gym, you know that you have done my body some good. David Ogden CEO TheInterBiz LLC
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