7 simple weight loss tips from people who have done it

 


Long-term and healthy weight loss is difficult. That's why we're revealing 7 easy-to-implement tips from people who have succeeded.

Anyone looking to reduce weight is confronted with a vast array of options: from WW to Slim on Sleep to the 5:2 diet, the options are nearly unlimited. Even if most people begin motivated, many find it difficult to maintain their efforts and lose weight in the long run. What are your options? The website boredpanda.com conducted interviews with people who had successfully lost weight - and the consumers revealed which easy tips had benefited them. Here are the best ones:


1. don't demonize food

It isn't a question of good and bad foods. Try to include plenty of fruits and vegetables in your daily routine, but if you really want a donut and it fits within your calorie budget, go ahead and eat it. Don't make foods evil. Learn about nutrients, stay hydrated, and get some exercise.

2. ban food from the couch.

It isn't a question of good and bad foods. Try to include plenty of fruits and vegetables in your daily routine, but if you really want a donut and it fits within your calorie budget, go ahead and eat it. Don't make foods evil. Learn about nutrients, stay hydrated, and get some exercise.

3. forget escalators and elevators

Keep your distance from escalators and elevators. I used to always take the stairs! I used to work on the sixth floor when I initially started losing weight. I had to leave for work earlier than normal simply to be able to walk the stairs at my leisure and reach the summit without overheating. In the first eight months, I shed 20 pounds and now ran a half marathon several times a year.

4. do only the sport that you enjoy

If you despise going to the gym, don't make yourself go. Instead, discover an activity that you enjoy. I stopped going to the gym, and it has made a huge impact in my motivation! Hiking, riding, yoga, swimming, and kayaking have all helped me lose 15 pounds. Now I enjoy working out and look forward to my next session because it doesn't feel like one.

5. skip the soda

Seriously, forget the lemonade! After drinking a can virtually every meal at one point, I determined to do something about it. I had lost five pounds in the first two weeks! I had lost interest in it as well. That was years ago, and sodas and other sweetened beverages have since become too sweet for me.

6. buy smaller plates

Invest in smaller plates. This will enable you to consume fewer servings. Many people find it difficult to load smaller servings on large plates voluntarily, but a smaller plate looks full with the same portion. This has a powerful psychological effect: you still ate everything on your plate, but you ate less than usual.

7. be patient

Patience is regarded as a virtue for good reason. Losing weight, especially a significant amount of weight, takes time, which you should allow for. I shed 30 pounds over the course of 16 months and had to consistently work on myself. It was always no more than 500 grams every week.



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