Is Your Lifestyle Satisfying Your Weight Loss Goals?

The new trend in dieting is, in fact, avoiding dieting and overly rigorous workouts. Instead, the idea is to change your lifestyle. Stop counting calories and start changing your life as a whole.

You may also be giving it your all in the gym, working out relentlessly almost every single day of the week. For many people, no amount of exercise is going to get them to their goals.

The average person will try a fad diet, like a cookie diet or a grapefruit diet, four times per year. While exercise is a necessary part of losing weight and improving overall health, it will not magically burn away unwanted fat. There have been lots of credible studies that prove that comprehensive lifestyle change is the most effective method of weight loss. People that are committed to changing the way they live lose a substantial amount of weight. So how exactly is this done?

1. Eating Sensibly

Healthy Food

Calories are not bad. If your eat more than you burn off, you’ll gain weight. If you shift your diet towards healthy, lean foods throughout, it gets a lot less important to micro-manage every portion and every calorie. Aim to make the meals smaller, eat fruits and veggies along with getting enough lean proteins along the way. Combine all of this with quality whole grains and it is a diet for success.

2. Exercise Right


The most popular method of losing weight through lifestyle change includes about an hour of walking per day. It’s pretty simple. There is no need to go to the gym, buy expensive exercise equipment, and endure innumerable repetitions of various exercises. All you need to do is consistently exercise once a day.

3. Supportive Friends and Family

It’s no secret that you have a much higher chance of losing weight, when the people around you exert a positive influence. On the other hand, you are going to get stuck if you always surround yourself with people who don’t care about their health and push you closer to your goal.

4. Better Sleeping Habits

Get Enough Sleep

When you are lacking in good quality sleep, your body is unable to produce enough insulin; and insulin is needed by your brain in order to regulate your appetite. If you are not resting enough, the likelihood of eating poorly and eating more increases. Insulin regulates metabolism as well, which means when you get enough sleep, your body will be able to exercise without losing energy.

5. Documenting The Progress

Weight Loss Journal

Sometimes a pen and paper can be your strongest allies in the fight to lose weight. Tracking weight lost, food eaten, and exercise taken makes it a lot easier to get to your overall goals. This also helps you track your habits and see whether particular aspects of your dietary and exercise regimens are working or not. Journals also help you pinpoint where your weak spots are, so you can make lifestyle adjustments that help you avoid those people and places that cause you to cheat. Bear in mind that those who keep a record of what they eat for at least 6 days a week lose twice the amount of weight as those who do not keep track. Keep a food journal to document what you eat and how much you exercise for optimal success.

When you change your lifestyle you lose weight, gain a better quality of life, and overall feel happier and more positive about every aspect of you! The efforts are far outweighed by the benefits, and you will find it easy to lose weight and keep it off once you’ve made the necessary changes. Stop going through those ridiculous weight loss diets that do not work. Change your lifestyle now.

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