7 Tips for Portion Control
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When you take the time to develop this alternate action plan, then you really ever aren’t ‘falling’ off the program at all. You’re just taking a scenic detour along the way.
Framing it in this manner in your mind will be much less detrimental to your overall self-confidence in your ability to reach that goal and will keep you moving forwards.
Reach enough short-term goals and pretty soon there will be no doubt in your mind that you’re on your way to success.
Okay guys, if your like me and your clothes are feeling tighter from all the Christmas treats? Dont fret!! Lets all start the new year with some Healthy Clean Eating & get back to some daily exercise!! BRING ON THOSE NATURAL ENDORPHINES!!
If you want to achieve a certain measure of weight loss and keep it off for good, then it’s important to put certain controls into play. Without an active plan to change your lifestyle, the goals you set forth just won’t be attainable. For anyone trying to lose weight, regardless of the goal that is set, it always starts with food.As they say, you are what you eat. If you shovel unhealthy food into your mouth and live off of processed and refined goods that are loaded with calories, carbs and fat content then you’re going to end up with all of that unnecessary garbage being stored as fat. In the end, you will become a walking example of what not to eat and how not to live. The good news for anyone that wants to lose weight is that the same is true for healthy foods and a certain measure of exercise.
The better you eat, and the more healthy your lifestyle, the more it will be reflected in your everyday appearance and overall wellness. It always comes back to the food we take in, because it’s the food that – for so many people – controls how they live.
Most people don’t understand how they woke up and suddenly found themselves overweight. They can’t trace it to any measurable or quantifiable event because it’s not something that happened overnight. It’s something that has happened over the course of years as the result of abuse to the body. Those who substituted super foods for junk food are seeing the effects.
Without a diet centered on super foods, specifically 6 primary super foods that are helpful for everyone, people start to quickly see declining health, higher costs in healthcare (especially if there are more frequent visits), more money spent on clothing and a slew of psychological and emotional impairments such as depression anxiety and a sense of personal defeat.
Of course, this isn’t to say that all food other than super foods is extremely bad for you. It’s the poor food choices that happen repeatedly that cause the issue to creep up on people. Once super foods are sacrificed for junk food, it’s that much easier to keep going back for the extremely tasty, high fat junk.
One cheeseburger isn’t going to destroy your health, but one cheeseburger three times a week with a side of large fries, salt, ketchup and a coke will do it.
You don’t need to completely eliminate bad food right away. Quitting cold turkey doesn’t work for people, and that’s not making a healthy change – that’s a stressful change. Instead start with working the super foods back into your diet while controlling the portion size and frequency of other junk foods.
Start with these 6 fat burning super foods to get you back on track:
1: Soy Protein
2: Whole Grains
4: Green Tea
While this is just a starter list, and there are number of other super foods in the world that are great supplements to your diet, these 6 fat loss super foods can help you get on the right track to eating healthier with immediate improvement to the metabolism. It’s common sense that in order to improve your health you’ll need to eat better.
Think about the technological advances and the way foods are processed and refined to contain so many chemicals and fats to make them taste better and be more addictive to people. 2 or 3 decades ago, people didn’t have access to the same foods that we so easily stuff ourselves with. Those people lived longer, healthier lives without problems stemming from obesity. Think about what they ate verse what we put on our plates everyday – it’s clear that a change is necessary.