It’s hard for many people to lose weight. Some around us always say they want to lose weight. But they were too lazy or busy to perform it with a classic excuse of having a lot other things to do. Letting your body growing heavier and heavier is not a good choice and going to the gym is not possible. Now, it’s time for us to do something useful.
People should know about calorie shifting. If it’s possible, you can write down the number of calories in each food you have everyday. It’s proven that the size of serving recommended by scientists is often smaller than the serving you actually eat. Look up the calorie count on the internet for foods that don’t have calories listed on the container or for fast food meals. You don’t have to be 100% accurate, but you do want a good estimate of the number of calories you’re taking in.
It’s wise for you to make sure your method of losing weight is sustainable. If you can’t reach it, you should make adjustments or even change your lifestyle. No pain, no gain. But it’s not hard, you can adjust slowly. You need to believe in yourself! If you want to diet, and you know that it will make you feel better, then you need confidence. Otherwise, the temptation to cheat on your diet will make it harder, and you will not feel better when you do lose weight. Avoid temptations like chocolate, ice cream, and cookies. They may taste good, but there are other foods that taste delicious, too, without being unhealthy. You need to always encourage yourself to achieve the goals that you have set. Learn to evaluate your efforts fairly and objectively.
Starving yourself will make you grow more weight than you lost in the long run. As we know, reducing your calorie intake to unhealthily low levels will slow metabolism and actually cause you to lose weight more slowly. Then your body cannot process potassium so when you do eat again, you will gain much more weight than you would if you weren’t starving yourself and overall.