Keep a food diary: We all have a habit of eating far more than we realize. Many of us will complain that we don’t know where the additional weight is coming from but if we were honest and kept a food diary then it is usually pretty obvious that those additional pounds are the result of a sneaky chocolate bar here and the odd packet of crisps there. Keeping a food diary helps you to not only understand your weaknesses (for example, do you crave a certain fatty food at the same time each day) but also helps to track your calorie intake.
Along with a healthy weight loss plan and taking some form of daily exercise you can use the weight loss tips above to help you achieve your goals. Remember though, weight loss is a marathon, not a sprint, so simply skipping meals or drastically reducing your food intake is not the best way to become slim.
The Author Brian Schwartz is eCommerce Director for DNE Nutraceuticals, a manufacturer of Diet, Nutrition and Energy Supplements. Try their product: “Appress” – a clinically tested and proven appetite suppressant which supports weight loss. � 2011 Brian Schwartz – All Rights Reserved.