Do you think you are eating healthy but the weight is still not coming off? Sugar may be the problem! Look for hidden sugar in your diet. Items that you would never think of as "sweet" foods, like spaghetti sauce and canned soups, often have loads of hidden sugar in them. Be sure to check the labels before you buy!
If you are focusing on a healthy and permanent weight loss, you will need to institute long term alterations in the way you approach nutrition. Sure, you can lose weight quickly with a crash diet, but for most people the weight is quickly gained back when food intake is slightly increased. For long-lasting weight loss, eat meals that are smaller and well-balanced five to six times each day. Not only is this plan easier to follow than a restrictive diet, it also provides life-long results.
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If you are trying to lose weight, get in some exercise anytime you have the opportunity. Even if you have a busy work schedule, you may be able to get in a short walk during lunch or do a few sit-ups or lunges during your coffee break or on your way to the restroom.
When you are on a diet to lose weight, set up a day of the week or month where you have an "off" day. On that day, allow yourself to eat that junk food you've been craving. Telling yourself you can never eat ice cream again, for example, can just lead to breaking your diet.
To easily make exercise a key component of your weight loss routine, you should exercise first thing in the morning before doing anything else. Typically, for even the most organized person, things can and do come up throughout the day that interfere with the best laid plans to exercise. By exercising first thing in the morning, even if everything else goes wrong during the day, you will have accomplished that task.