Losing weight in 2013 is a common New Year’s resolution, but experts say that few of them take the necessary steps to accomplish their goal.
“January is the time of year when gyms get flooded with new and returning members ready to try Zumba or spin classes, and dieters start filling their grocery carts with fruits and vegetables instead of chips and cookies,”
But research shows that following a few rules can you change your lifestyle and lose weight:
Don’t skip breakfast. Research shows that eating breakfast every day can help you lose weight and keep it off.
Keep a journal of everything you eat. People who keep food diaries eat about 15 percent less food than those who don’t.
Get walking. Sedentary people take only about 3,000 steps a day. Adding another 3,000 steps will help you maintain your current weight and getting more than 10,000 steps a day will help you lose weight.
Watch your serving sizes. Eat meals on a medium-sized plate (about eight to nine inches wide). A bigger plate encourages you to eat more because you can fit more food on it. Load half of your plate with colourful vegetables and the other half with lean protein and whole grain starches.
Weigh yourself at least once a week. Doing so will help you detect small weight gains before they get out of control.
Don’t be too strict with yourself. Everyone has a craving they can’t avoid, so don’t. Plan a night out with friends and satisfy your craving. Moderation is the key to success.
Hypnotherapy can help you achieve these lifestyle changes in an easy and natural way. Why not have a chat with me and I can show you how.