Easy Steps To Keep the weight off for good

Mental Health, Self Esteem, Treatments
December 4, 2016

You finally hit your weight-loss goals, congratulation, NOW WHAT?

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It’s time now to find out how to stay at a healthy weight!
Oops! I guess you would say “I’m already fed up with diets, it’s frustrating” but don’t worry I have the solution for you as I will present to you easy and quick steps based on latest studies to maintain your happy weight.

Give up Old habits:
Whether you reduced your intake of sweets and alcohol, started a regular exercise program, or began drinking water with meals, it’s important to maintain that lifestyle, says Georgie Fear, R.D.
Mix Things Up:
You don’t have to eat the same things every day, try to mix things up and give yourself some variety to fight boredom.
Spend some minutes a day lifting weights
According to a research at the Harvard School Of Public Health hose who spent 20 minutes a day lifting weights gained less belly fat than those who did 20 minutes of cardio daily.
Breakfast:
Keep eating your breakfast regularly.You need to know that 78 percent of people in the National Weight Control Registry, a large-scale study of adults who have lost at least 30 pounds and kept it off for a year or more, eat breakfast every day.

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Keep moving every day:
Every workout doesn’t have to be a balls-to-the-wall sweat sesh. Just try to get moving in one way or another every day.
Don’t deprive yourself:

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One day of unhealthy eating does not equal weight gain, says Langer. Do what feels you good and you will be happy
Focus on the nutrients in food:
Forget about counting calories and focus on the nutrients in food. After all, 200 calories of cookies and 200 calories of Oranges are both 200 calories, but one’s the clear nutrient winner.
Do a Workout you love:
Try to find an exercise that you love and enjoy doing and focus on that.

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Limit Your TV Time:
According to the National Weight Control Registry, about two-thirds of people who lose weight and keep it off watch less than 10 hours of TV per week. Maybe it’s time to limit your time with Kimmy Schmidt and Frank Underwood to a twice a week rather than ten times in 24 hours. Just sayin’.
Try To Cook At Home:

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You have to make sure your meal is as nourishing as possible.Plus, people who never have trouble with weight gain tend to cook at home, according to Cornell University’s Global Healthy Weight Registry.

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