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.
Hunger makes it hard to stick to your weight loss goals. A simple way to help you feel less hungry during the day is to eat smaller but more frequent meals. Doing so keeps your hunger in check and under control. This goes a long way towards helping you to eat less and makes weight loss easier to accomplish.
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.
Don't let your food touch! When filling your plate for a meal, think in terms of having only one plate, no seconds! Also, don't let your food touch. Keep the mashed potatoes in one pile, the pork chop in another and the broccoli in another. That way you are much more likely to not overeat because, in effect, you are controlling your portion size.
Who would have thought that brushing your teeth is not only good for oral hygiene, but also for weight loss? Research has shown that brushing your teeth after you eat slows your appetite, and you will also be less likely to want to eat so you keep that fresh, just-brushed feeling for a while.