These weight loss secrets for fat loss were a surprise to me – and you may find them surprising, too! They should help you achieve your fitness and weight loss goals because they include info about healthy diets, exercise programs, and slimming down – and all ten weight loss secrets are based on recent scientific research.
First, though, an inspirational quotation from a diet expert: “Follow your doctor’s advice and if you’re build like a robin, don’t try to become a hummingbird,” said Esther Manz, founder and president of TOPS (“Take off Pounds Sensibly”).
Accepting your body size and shape the way it is right now is part of loving who you are. Finding the balance between accepting yourself and slimming down to stay healthy and fit is an important health and fitness goal. For more healthy diet info, read Hungry Girl 300 Under 300: 300 Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Dishes Under 300 Calories.
And, read on for weight loss secrets for fat loss…
Taking a break from exercising leads to weight gain
Research shows that the weight you gain when you take an exercise break isn’t easily lost later. “The price to pay for quitting exercise is higher than expected, and this price may be an important factor in the obesity epidemic affecting Americans,” says Paul Williams of Berkeley Lab’s Life Sciences Division. For long-term fat loss, eat different types of healthy foods and try new types of activities.
Nutritious frozen dinners increase weight loss
Portion size is the biggest struggle of losing and maintaining weight loss, especially since we tend to underestimate how much we actually eat – even if it’s healthy food. There’s far less room for error in frozen dinners, and less temptation to go back for second helpings. Eating frozen dinners has the additional benefit of teaching portion control, which may carry over into regular meals.
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