Don’t Ride the Weight Loss Roller Coaster

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Don't Be This Guy !

Lots of people are trying to lose weight. But losing weight and then gaining it back is like riding a weight loss roller coaster. Some of us would simply like to, while for others it’s necessary to retain good health. The weight that is the hardest to lose tends to make your body the most unsightly, too. It’s the fat found deep in the belly and buttocks, and it responds the least to exercise and diet. But there are pounds you can take off, and that’s where you should begin.

Your round face and bulging figure hide the body that perhaps you can remember, and certainly you’d like to see again. Maybe you have a friend who has lost weight recently, and for whatever reason, you have decided it’s time for you to lose weight, and this time, you tell yourself, you’ll carry those plans through. You’ll feel more desirable when you take some of that excess weight off.

If you’re one of those people who truly have to lose weight, your physician has probably told you that your weight is a threat to your health. You may run a high risk for heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure or diabetes. If you are in that group, weight loss is essential to your health.

It may look like an uphill battle, but you have to begin sometime, and the sooner the better. Which diet will work the best for you? Actually, it’s better to change your entire way of eating than to grab onto a fad diet to lose weight. There are healthy ways to diet, that won’t involve the roller coaster of losing weight and then gaining it back.

Don’t skip meals to lose weight. Many people do this, but then they often end up eating too much when they do have a meal, so that defeats the entire purpose. They may also snack too much, and this will also add weight while you want to be losing. You should actually eat more meals a day, but they should be smaller and balanced meals. Eating smaller meals helps keep your metabolism at an even level, which will give you a better chance to lose weight.

Stay away from any foods that are high in calories and low in nutrients, such as chips, cakes and sugar-filled drinks. Drink lots of water, to help you feel more full and to keep your system clean. Eat vegetables and fruits, and other foods that have a high fiber content and low calorie count.

Don’t expect miracles when you begin dieting. You have to be persistent in your dieting, and attempt to permanently change the way you eat and what you eat, so you won’t gain the weight back after it’s lost. That’s the only way to stay off the weight loss roller coaster.

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