To keep your weight loss routine healthy and effective, avoid extreme or "crash" dieting. The ideal diet for healthy weight loss is a sustainable one. By their very natures, crash diets are short-term ordeals. Even though they may offer substantial short-term results, their long-term effect is negligible, or even harmful. It is better to develop a diet you can stick to over time - even permanently.
You should try to make it your goal to lose at least one pound each week. If you are not losing this you should try to make an adjustment to reach this goal. One pound each week ensures that you are slowly losing weight at a healthy rate.
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Your healthy weight-loss problem wouldn't be complete without some heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids which are found primarily in seafood. These fats are good for the heart and keep you healthy. Two servings of fish per week, such as salmon or mackerel can actually cut the risk of heart attack!
Try eating more grapefruit to help you lose weight. Grapefruit is a great low-calorie snack that is quite filling, too. The high content of soluble fiber fills you up, which helps you resist the urge to overeat. Plus, you get the bonus of such healthy nutrients as Vitamin C, beta-carotene and pectin.