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How to Lose Weight and Stay Healthy

January 10, 2010

People will usually always finish what's on their plate, and that means you'll be eating past the feeling of hunger and putting unnecessary weight on. So, drink more water! People often mistake thirst for hunger, and eat unnecessarily when their body would be happy with just a drink! You should also aim to drink a full glass of water before each meal, adding a bit to your stomach and ensuring you don't overeat.

It's a good idea to write out a list of weight loss tips and keep them with you at all times. If you're ever feeling down about yourself, take a look through the list and refresh your memory on why all this is important.

Don't keep the foods you know you shouldn't be eating in the cupboard. Obviously, this will mean you're more likely to be tempted into eating unhealthy foods in a moment of weakness.

Don't get yourself down, because your emotions can strongly affect your willingness to stay on a diet. If you put on weight, you can get depressed, and to make yourself feel better, you might eat some candy. Doing this will, of course, make you more depressed, and on and on the vicious circle will go. Just remember that you have the power to change your life for the better, and that you deserve to make the change.

Dieting is by no means easy, but the reverse of the vicious circle is true also. If you motivate yourself to get up and walk in the morning, you'll feel good when you get home, and this will make you feel better about sticking to your diet. Always remember that the choice between good and bad health is yours to make.

When you've driven somewhere, park further than you usually would. Making a habit out of this will go a long way to increasing your fitness level.

If you find yourself looking through the fridge simply out of boredom, go and do some exercise. Get a friend interested in a sport and go kick a ball around.


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