Try to limit the amount of alcohol you are consuming each week. Women should drink only 1 drink a day, and men should limit it to two. Drinking alcohol will give you a lot of unneeded calories, and will also increase your appetite so you will eat more while drinking.
To help you lose weight faster you will need to do some weight training. Weight training will increase your muscle mass in your body. Muscle burns a large amount of calories, even when you are at rest. By increasing your muscle mass, you will increase your daily calorie expenditure greatly. This is essential for not only losing weight but to lose it faster as well.
Dr. Oz explains the Total 10 Rapid Weight-Loss Plan, a diet plan that’s protein-fueled to help you rev up your metabolism and shed pounds.
Breaking up your meals into five to eight smaller meals a day instead of three larger meals a day is an integral part of success in weight loss. This is because your metabolism is continuously working to break down food and as such has the effect of increasing your base metabolic rate and making it easier to burn calories.
For some people, focusing on the weight part of weight loss is discouraging. But you don't have to go about it that way. If you want to lose weight without looking at a scale, select a particular size of clothing to measure your progress. Saying that you "want to be a size x or xx again" will give you motivation. Also, looking at clothes in those sizes and visualizing yourself wearing them - will help you toward your goal.
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.