Just as you didn’t gain your weight overnight, it’s not realistic to expect to lose it overnight. To help achieve weight loss success, set goals that are specific, realistic and motivating for you.
A critical mindset may block successful change or, at least, get it in its way. It’s important to learn to quiet your inner critic and practice self-acceptance, in favor of diet success.
Cooking healthy can be fun and interesting when you find creative ways to prepare the foods you love.
With restaurant portions getting bigger with every passing year, it can be challenging to know how much is too much when you’re dining out. For example, a typical single meal at your favorite chain restaurant may actually contain 2–4 servings!
All we can do is expect the unexpected, and keep our chins up. Easier said than done, right? Fortunately, you can learn to handle stress better.
Cravings can wreak havoc on your weight loss efforts. Understanding cravings is the first step in having control over them.
The holidays are just around the corner, and with them come a host of seasonal temptations. Studies show that planning ahead is a key factor in weight loss success, so now’s the time to start thinking about making smart choices.
Still hungry? You’re not alone. Learn to eat fewer calories and feel just as full.
If you’re ready to get serious about weight loss, you may need to make small changes to how you view and interact with food.
Not feeling great? Some simple changes may help you adjust to your weight loss meal plan and new fitness routine.