Setting realistic weight loss goals is one of the most important parts of the weight loss process. Drastic change is hard. Stick to gradual, realistic weight loss goals and work your way up. You can do it!
You’re on a “diet” and have too much to eat. What a great problem to have! Jenny ROCKS!
Drinking excessive amounts of soda could possibly contribute to weight gain or increase your risk of diabetes. Limit your soda and sugary drink intake, and opt for healthy options instead!
Too busy to exercise? No problem! Everyone can find 3 minutes for a little physical activity.
Staying on track toward your goals is easier if you have support from others.
Unconscious eating happens when you're not truly aware of how much or even what you're eating over the course of the day.
Do you dread activity? Feel self-conscious? One of the best things about physical activity is its positive effect on body image.
Stress is completely normal and happens to everyone — but to avoid using your anxious feelings for unhealthy habits like emotional eating, make sure you are dealing with stress in a healthy way.
You deserve the best, and that goes for your weight loss goals as well! Stay true to your diet plans to help yourself discover (or rediscover) the best possible version of you.
Your body needs a wide variety of nutrients and adequate calories to fuel basic functions.