Modify your lifestyle.
If you have a daily routine about your eating habits and you count every calorie; but soon, somehow, you find yourself eating cupcakes in the kitchen, or even at the office, and at the same time searching for happy-hour-mojitos, but thinking about starting diet again.
There is always a solution for these situations: Try replacing the approach known as ‘’all or nothing’’ for 1 or 2 healthier in nature switch-ups in your daily eating habits. According to Marissa Lippert, RD, and author of ‘’The Cheater’s Diet’’: “Doing this can lead to more weight loss than you have ever imagined.”
As a matter of fact, According to a research on this topic, there are people who lost ten, thirty, even sixty pounds with some easy modifications. Follow their tips for losing weight in order to transform your body how you wish!
Try not eating in restaurants every day, but instead eat homemade food.
Participant number 1 in the research declared: “I used to eat out at restaurants up to nine times a week! By cutting back to just once a week and ordering a grilled chicken salad instead of a large bowl of pasta, I’ve lost 20 pounds in one month.”
Have a breakfast that consists 300 calories.
According to participant #1, he claims that: “I used to skip breakfast, but now I never go without. I always eat about 300 calories of a healthy mix of protein and whole grains. My go-to meal: a sandwich with natural peanut butter and apple butter. It keeps my hunger down so I snack less throughout the day. In a little over a year, I’ve shed 65 pounds.”
Stay fit by exercising daily.
Participant #3: “I try to fit in small bouts of exercise whenever possible, like doing jumping jacks or crunches during television commercials or dancing while washing dishes. This burns extra calories and keeps me from mindlessly munching in front of the TV. Now my clothes fit way better, and I’m more toned than ever.”
Do not buy snacks on a daily basis.
Participant #2 who lost 10 pounds in a month told: “I reached my goal weight after I stopped routinely buying snacks at the grocery store. If I wanted a bag of chips or a candy bar, I had to walk to the store to get it. That inconvenience usually made me ignore my cravings.”
Organize happy hour at work in a healthier manner.
Participant #2: “After work, my colleagues and I always grabbed dinner—and it was usually deep-fried. Then we changed things up. Instead of nights out, we started walking and running around a local track. A year later, I’m down 40 pounds.”
“I quit smoking, and right away joined a gym and started working out with a personal trainer. There was no way I could exercise and feel healthy if I kept lighting up. I’ve already dropped 37 pounds in three months!”
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