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Weight Loss Tips From A to Z

Here are my Weight Loss Tips From A to Z enjoy.

Weight Loss Tips From A to Z

Aim for a sensible rate of weight loss. While you may lose more at the beginning, you should lose an average of about 2 pounds (lb)/week after the first month or so.

Be honest with others about what you need them to do to support you during this journey.

Concentrate on the positive lifestyle changes that you have made and the success that you have experienced, instead of focusing on how far you have to go.

Do not believe everything that you read or hear about health and nutrition—misinformation abounds.

 

Excel at a few things, rather than overwhelming yourself by trying to do well at many things.

Forget all of your past experiences with diets and other weight-loss attempts. You have to go into this with a clear mind.

Get the resources that you need to succeed before starting, such as measuring cups and spoons, a food scale, cookbooks, subscriptions to health-centered magazines, workout clothes, exercise equipment, etc.

Have a backup plan for when the unexpected happens, because it will happen!

Ignore people who try to convince you to eat foods that you know are not good choices. Clearly set your boundaries.

Just take one day at a time. You do not need to focus on next week or next month today.

Know your own limits. If you know that you are unable to eat just one serving of ice cream, do not buy that carton of ice cream.

Look at this as a learning experience. Maybe you did not make the best choices today, but as long as you have learned something about yourself or what you could do differently in the future, it was just one day.

Make this about doing something good for yourself, instead of about something that you “have” to do.

Never let yourself fall into the “all or nothing” mindset. As long as you are doing better than you did before starting this, you are doing great!

Organize your weight-loss materials by using binders, spiral notebooks, recipe boxes, etc.

Purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at least once each week, so that you always have fresh options available.

Quit comparing yourself to others. Instead, compete with yourself to continually improve.

Reinforce your new habits every time that you reach a goal by sharing your successes with others and rewarding yourself with something other than food.

Suggest options to others for socializing, such as restaurants that you know offer healthful choices and physical activities that you would like to do.

Trim your usual portion sizes by one third. Slowly eat what you have served yourself, and then have the remaining one third only if you are still physically hungry.

Understand what impact stress and emotions have on your food choices.

Verbalize how you are feeling, instead of keeping it bottled up inside.

Work at treating yourself kindly. Wear a rubber band around your wrist, and snap it every time that you think about something disheartening about yourself.

X out time in your planner for food preparation, exercise, and relaxation.

You are ultimately responsible for how successful you are in changing your lifestyle.

Zero in on the three reasons that you most want to lose weight. Keep these reasons in the back of your mind, or write them down on a piece of paper and keep the list in front of you at all times.

 

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