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25 Truths About Weight Loss

posted in Health & Fitness
04/11/2015
  • Cleanses should not be considered a weight loss method.

    Fancy shakes are not a requirement to being healthy /losing weight.

    You don’t have to eat less to lose weight.

    Cardio is not necessarily the answer.

    It’s how ur clothes fit that matter.

    Fitness should be considered a boost to ur efforts but not the overall answer for losing weight.

    Some of the best foods for weight loss are those with the highest calories.

    Breakfast is optional. Be mindful of when u are hungry instead of eating out of habit or on the clock.

    Your greatest success in losing weight centers around

  • reducing sugar.

    Fat doesn’t make you fat.
    If it’s too good to be true, it is. Stop the cycle of purchasing weight loss promises.

    A combo of HIIT workouts and resistance training is the best way to boost your metabolism and burn fat.

    It takes three months to establish new habits. Give yourself the time you deserve to make it work for the long-haul.

    If you reduce sugar you will crave it less.

    When you slow down at meal times, you automatically eat less.

    If it’s in the house you will eat it.

    Grains are not a necessary component to your diet.

    You can still eat bacon.

  • Eat your vegetables; you’re not five.

    Gluten-free doesn’t necessarily mean healthier to the average (non-Celiac) person.

    Dehydration can mask itself as hunger.

    Small plate = less eating.

    Pay attention to the bliss factor when snacking. When something stops tasting blissful (usually around 3-5 bites), stop eating it.

    You probably need less protein than you think.

    Juice is not healthy. Eat your fruit. Drink water.

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