Weight loss refers to the process of losing body fat by reducing the number of calories you consume and increasing the number of calories you burn through physical activity. There are many different approaches to weight loss, and the best approach for you will depend on your individual needs, preferences, and goals.
To lose weight, it’s important to create a calorie deficit, which means that you burn more calories than you consume. This can be achieved through a combination of diet and exercise. Some tips for losing weight include:
• Eating a balanced diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins
• Reducing your intake of added sugars, saturated and trans fats, and refined grains
• Staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water
• Getting regular physical activity, such as through walking, running, cycling, or other forms of exercise
• Monitoring portion sizes and keeping track of your food intake
• Getting enough sleep and managing stress levels
It’s also important to remember that weight loss is a gradual process, and it’s important to be patient and consistent. It’s generally not healthy or sustainable to try to lose weight too quickly. Instead, it’s best to aim for a slow and steady weight loss of about 1 to 2 pounds per week.
If you have specific questions or concerns about weight loss, I’d be happy to try to help. Just let me know.
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How many more times
will I try she asked?
7 times? 70 x 7 ?
How about until you succeed!
But I don’t want to fail, again.
Think about this, when a baby is learning walk, how many times do they fall? And sometimes they may hurt and cry. But they get up and try again, and again and again until they succeed.
The road to achieving goals can be hard and sometimes even seem to be impossible.
Many people become disheartened and think success is for others,
special people, gifted people, blessed people.
But what if there was a way that would guarantee not to fail?
A way to change the mindset to become focused on outcomes, not problems.
A way that if fully grasped would make it impossible to fail!
It starts with a mindset that says
I must succeed
failure is not an option.
A mindset that changes the limiting self talk from
perhaps I should,
maybe I could,
one day I Will try.
I must do this.
I must do it so that I can really enjoy my life
So that I can have more fitness
so that I can do things with my loved ones / family /kids
so that I can be healthy and live long
so that I can be there for them.
I want to feel good about myself
And Part of this new mindset is being honest with ones self
Am I overweight
Am I unhealthy
Have I let myself go
And then adopting empowering thoughts
I am strong
I have strength
I have willpower
discipline is good
I am disciplined.
now in order to give this the best chance to work
we’re not going to go
full on boot camp
where people will bust themselves so hard at exercise or restrict their diet to such an extent that it becomes unsustainable for the long term.
We’re talking about a lifestyle change
Not just a one or two weeks or even one or two-months
but a new way of living
a healthy way of living
A way to improve in all of the above areas
weight fitness & health
and still be enjoying life.
In fact enjoying life much more, because of feeling better physically and empowered mentally
Now the way to do this is to make it as easy as possible starting off steady as she goes.
the easier it is the more likely it will be that you will stay with it
and then as time goes by and you get used to it and you start seeing results you will be encouraged to take it up a step.
Part of the strategy of making it sustainable is to
have meals that are tasty
but not only tasty
but also nutritious
and they will be easy to prepare.
by putting all these things together you will be setting a good foundation for your new lifestyle or your new you.
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and after the 21 days you can choose to simply repeat the cycle or go on to something else
But it will be a kick start to get into the right rhythm.
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