To stay motivated while losing weight, reward yourself in ways that aren't related to food. A small treat now and then can be good, but try to get out of the habit of thinking of food as a reward. Instead, promise yourself a new outfit--in your new size!--or a trip to the spa.
A great way to lose weight is to write down how you feel about yourself and why you want to lose weight. If you struggle when dieting, you can always refer back to what you wrote. It will remind you of why you ventured to lose weight in the first place.
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.
If you struggle with cravings at home, create emergency health packs. These bags should consist of healthy foods that will calm your cravings and reduce your appetite. Emergency health packs will go a long way in helping you resist eating junk food, increasing your chances of losing weight, and keeping it off.
Only eat when your stomach is growling. People often eat out of boredom, habit or nervousness. If you only eat when your stomach is growling, you will only fill your stomach with food when it is needed. If you feel like you could eat anything you can reach for, chances are you really are hungry.