long term weight loss
is important. You don’t want to work hard to lose weight then rapidly gain it back. Unfortunately some of the things that dieting does not teach you is how to maintain your weight loss. I have been maintaining my weight for over 8 years. Do I have bad days? of course I do. Does my weight fluctuate? more often than I would like it, but that does not stop me from keeping myself in check.
When I notice myself increasing in weight by a few pounds I do what I need to do to get it in control before it gets out of control. You really need to train your brain to learn healthy habits for long term weight loss. I have put together a guide of 50 healthy habits to help jump-start you on the right direction. These healthy habits is not a diet or a fitness plan. It is a guide for a way of living. It is a strategy or a road-map you can follow. This guide is a way to start developing healthy habits to put your eating decisions on auto-pilot and not have to make as much stressful choices.
Stop avoiding social situations because you are on a ‘diet’. Learn how to identify foods that will help boost your nutrition, learn how you can still have your cake and eat it to. Learn how you can fit more fitness and activity in to your day without having to spend more time in the gym by doing small tricks such as parking at the far end of the parking lot. All of these little minor things can add up to a big impact.
Don’t yet have my list of healthy habits? You can get it by simply signing up for my email list. When you join I will email you my downloadable pdf/infographic. This guide is perfect for you if you are just getting started, currently on your journey, or looking to maintain your weight loss for life.