June 25, 2024

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Top 20 Weight Loss Tips From Women Who Have Successful Lost Weight

If you’re looking for some inspiration to lose weight, why not check out some of the best tips out there from real women who have successfully lost weight? If they can do it, you can too! These tips can work for anyone regardless of how much weight you have to lose!

1) Keep a food journal: This can really help with accountability and to prepare for some parts of the day when your cravings are strongest.

2) Start an online weight loss blog: This is one of the best tools for accountability. You will find that you’re not alone in your weight loss efforts and get some really great support.

3) Brush your teeth after every meal. As soon as you are full and done with a meal, make a pact with yourself to brush your teeth. This will get the taste of food out of your mouth and prevent you from going back for seconds on thirds.

4) Chew gum. Chewing sugarless gum can make you hungry, but after a meal can help in the same way as brushing your teeth to get the taste of food out of your mouth.

5) Stay hydrated. This is one of the more popular weight loss tips, but staying hydrated will prevent dehydration that can sometimes be linked to hunger.

6) Eat protein. Protein packed meals are one of the best ways to stay fuller longer and to satisfy your cravings. Meals that are based solely around sugar or simple carbs will leave you will more cravings and less energy to get through your day.

7) Be Prepared. Set aside some time once a week to plan meals for the week ahead. Each night take some time to prepare foods for the next day. Take a look at your schedule and come of with solutions ahead of time for lunches and dinners out, this will give you a game plan to follow.

8) Stop Dieting. I know this may seem confusing, but how many times have you started a diet program on Monday morning only to end up stuffing your face with cupcakes by 3pm? When we start putting limits on what we can eat, it only makes us want to eat them more. Don’t put limits on what you eat as much as you do how much you are eating.

9) Self-talk. Sometimes we eat out of boredom, depression or stress. Be prepared for these things to occur and find ways to beat mindless eating. If you find yourself heading for the pantry or refrigerator when you’re not hungry, consider putting little notes to yourself in those areas letting you know that “this too shall pass”.

10) Keep lists. Make a list of all of the things you could do instead of mindless eating. Instead of pulling out a bag of chips and camping out in front of the TV, come up with a list of 20-50 things you could be doing instead.

11) Visualize. Imagine how it will feel when you meet your weight loss goal. Write down how good you will feel and start feeling that way right now. Pretend that your goal is right around the corner.

12) Plant seeds. Remind yourself that whatever you want to achieve a month from now has to be worked on every day until that time. If you keep waiting for tomorrow to make changes, that day may never come.

13) Rewards. Make a pact with your spouse or a close friend to keep you accountable by holding onto something you really want until you’ve reached your goal.

14) Dessert. Eating dessert on occasion will keep you from binging all at once out of frustration. Find ways to make your favorite desserts in single portions or promise yourself one really good dessert a week.

15) Get moving. Going to the gym can seem daunting, but coming up with ways to burn calories while doing something you love can be the best way to lose weight. Dance in your living room to your favorite songs, join a kick boxing class, or take up a sport you’ve never tried.

16) Get Friendly. Find a friend to stay accountable with. Its best to find a responsible friend who will encourage success rather than finding pleasure out of being “bad” together. Pick your fitness buddy wisely.

17) Eat Less. This is a no-brainer, but the next time you are at a restaurant and want to order your favorite entrĂ©e, go ahead. However, eat a salad before your meal comes and then look at your plate for a minute or two before you begin to eat. Start portioning out your meal and push the rest to the side. Ask for a to-go box for the remainder of your meal, or simply cover the rest with your napkin to signal your brain that you’re finished eating. Drink lots of water while eating.

18) Stay in a no-fail zone. If you like to bake desserts, consider keeping sugar and the ingredients out of the house or hidden away for special occasion baking. Keep your house clean of trigger foods.

19) Weigh-in. weighing in often can really make us spin out of control. Weight gain as well as weight loss can make us want to binge on our favorite comfort foods. Keep the scale hidden and limit weigh-ins to once a week or once every two weeks.

20) Believe in yourself. Even if you’ve gained weight back, or have prevented yourself from reaching your goals countless times in the past, know that what happens is totally up to you and in your control. You Can Lose Weight!