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.
Test yourself with a 10-pound dumbbell. Hold up a dumbbell and feel how much weight you will be eliminating from your body. You should find this enough motivation to get this out of your body as soon as possible.
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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.
Think positively when embarking on a weight loss plan. Don't view foods as 'bad', rather, think about them as something that doesn't fit into your lifestyle anymore. If you have the mindset that certain foods are forbidden, the temptation will be too hard to resist. Instead, focus on all the great new foods that you will be trying out. This will give you a sense of empowerment that will really help you when trying to lose weight.
Before you start thinking about losing weight, you should talk to your doctor. This will allow you to determine what a healthy amount of weight to lose is and what your ideal body weight should be. The doctor will also provide you with helpful information, relating to your weight loss.