Happiness and Weight Loss...
The "Fat Loss Factor"
Weight loss is the #1 most common goal in the world according to some statistics.
People want to lose weight because, first, it makes them look better, which in turn makes them happier.
Then, there are the health benefits of maintaining an ideal body weight ... which also makes people feel better, since it promotes vitality and prevents illness and disease.
The problem is, losing weight is not easy. Basically, it requires a lifestyle change - which is hard to do. It also requires information and knowledge (the right information and knowledge) - which most people don't have.
There are thousands of dieting and weight loss concepts out there, and since you are reading this, you may have tried some of them.
You probably also know that most of them don't work ... or at least aren't permanent solutions. Most people who lose weight successfully by going on a "diet" typically gain all the weight back (and most times even more) within months.
So, what's the answer?
Well, again, it involves a lifestyle change. There are some basic, mostly common sense techniques to losing weight, which I have listed at the bottom of this page.
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After watching the video above, here are 15 ways to lose weight ... whether it's to lose your first 10 pounds, your last 10 pounds, or to give your weight
loss program a boost. This is a
balanced and flexible plan that you can use immediately and for as long as you want...
- Keep a note of everything that you eat and drink. You do
not need to estimate calories. Just write down what it was that you had and the
approximate quantity. You will find that being more aware of what you are
eating helps you to plan healthy meals and snacks.
- Cut in half your intake of all pure or added fats. This means
using half as much butter or spread on your bread, toast, muffins and potatoes;
half the usual amount of mayonnaise or sauce on your salad; and half the oil in
the frying pan every time.
- Limit treats containing sugar to three times per week.
This includes chocolate, ice cream, desserts, cake, pastries, cookies, etc.
- Include a lower fat source of protein at most meals:
chicken, fish, beans, cottage cheese, or low fat yogurt. Have eggs, nuts and
red meat occasionally but not every day.
- Plan at least one lunch and dinner every week without
meat or cheese. Build those meals around whole grains, vegetables and beans to
increase fiber and reduce fat.
- Reduce the fat content in your milk products. If you are
currently drinking whole milk, reduce to 2% fat. From 2% reduce to 1%. Choose
lower fat cheese and yogurt. When you buy yogurt, also check that it does not
- Have at least two servings of fruit every day. This can
be for dessert or snacks. Choose fruit that is in season.
- Drink water instead of sodas, juices, milky drinks or
alcohol. Avoid diet soda - the sweet taste only encourages you to crave sugar.
Hot water with a slice of lemon can be very refreshing in the morning.
- Include at least two servings of vegetables at lunch and
dinner. If you are getting hungry, have more.
- Eat slowly. The body is slow to register when you are
full and it is easy to eat too much if you are racing through your meals.
- Grated carrot makes a great snack. You will find that a
grated carrot is much more filling than a whole carrot. Strange but true.
- Use whole grains wherever possible. The fiber will give
you a fuller feeling and also help your digestion.
- Choose food that you can chew. Again this will increase
your fiber intake, and the act of chewing will make you feel more satisfied
too. This means eating fruit instead of drinking juice. If you have soup, make
sure it is chunky.
- Plan your meals and snacks ahead of time. Plan your
shopping too - make a list of what you need and stick to it. If you just grab
something when you are feeling hungry, you will probably choose high calorie
- Always switch off the TV when you eat. That includes
snacks as well as meals. Studies have proven that people eat larger portions in
front of the TV, probably because they are much less aware of what they are eating.
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