Do you ever feel like your brain is fighting your efforts to lose weight?
Do you feel frustrated by how much effort it seems to take to live a healthy life?
Would you like to find a “non-food” way to make weight loss easier?
With just a few subtle changes to your thinking, you can undo years of poor eating decisions.
But there’s a problem…
Did you overeat recently? In this post, I’ll explain what your body is doing with that food and the three reasons why you gain weight after a feast.
Intermittent fasting is a great way for both men and women to accelerate their fat loss. In this video and article, I show you 3 Ways to do Intermittent Fasting.
[Guest Post by LaToya Gay]
Staying fit takes dedication and hard work. These are two of the reasons so many let it fall by the wayside.
Even if you make it a priority, it can still be easy to get off track, especially during the holidays and during the cold months of winter.
If you’re like most people, you’re often too busy with planning events and travel to keep your health a priority.
What’s worse, if you’re surrounded by people who aren’t focused on healthy living, it’s easier to slip in an extra snack or choose a burger over a salad.
Of course, skipping one day at the gym or eating one cookie won’t destroy your habits. However, if the only place you wear sweatpants is at home and you’re reaching for a bag of chips more than vegetables, it might mean your fitness program is off track.
It isn’t always so obvious when you get off track, and for many, it’s a gradual process. So what are some signs you might have gone off the rails of your fitness program?
Do you wish you had more control over how fast your body lost weight?
Fast weight loss has as much to do with what you add to your diet as what you cut out.
When it comes to vegetables, the wonderful truth is that the more you add to your daily diet, the more you lose.
Are you ready to put yourself in control of how efficiently your body drops pounds?
In our society it’s become socially acceptable to eat large greasy meals.
We don’t blink an eye when someone orders a king size burger with extra fries; yet if that same person orders a salad, we think “What’s up with that?“.
In fact, if you decide to change your ways, and start eating healthy salads and vegetables, it can feel as if you’re doing something wrong.
I understand this mindset.
It was one of my biggest challenges when I started losing weight.
Here are some suggestions…
[Guest Post by Michelle Robinson]
Do you find yourself reaching for food when you feel stressed, lonely, angry or sad even though you’re not hungry?
If so, there is a strong chance emotional eating is sabotaging your weight loss goals.