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13 Weight-Loss Rules You'll Love to Follow

How to Make 'Dieting' Fun!

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  • this has given me a better outlook on loosing weight and getting healthy.
  • I like these ideas!
  • Sound, sensible & encouraging! Love it!
  • Love every single paragraph of this article.
  • I'm curious about #10. Do they mean, 30 minutes in a day, or 30 minutes in one stretch? Because I work out around 1.5 to 2 hours a day, but it's 30 minutes here, 30 minutes there, scattered through the day.
  • KOOKYWIT
    If you eat a LCHF,( Low Carb, High Fat) diet then your blood sugar stays stable and you don't feel hungry. The Doctors tell you only to eat when you feel hungry , eating frequently may be (MAY) a way to get fat! Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt of The Diet Doctor. I'm eating lots of veggies, salads, berries, , a sufficient amount of protein for my weight and have cut out all industrialized food. Cream in my coffee, cheeses of all types. Only eat REAL food. Lost 24 lbs , never have cravings, got more energy and feel marvelous, skin looks good, doing Pilates, Weight-lifting, and exercises at home. Love just love the way I'm eating! Make bread from flax seed meal and almond flour, or coconut flour.. Low carb! eat pumpkin seeds , sunflower seeds, nuts, I could just go on & on singing the praises of my lovely food. & how I'm losing weight without suffering pangs of anything!
  • Love the article. Good advice
  • This was a great article. Very informative and full of great tips! Thanks so much!!
  • Reinforces all the things I've been doing. Glad to know I'm on the right track.

    Renee, I have yet to see you post anything but negative comments. Perhaps you need to look within to reach your goals. I also have limited mobility due to neck and back issues, but SP has many great sitting exercise videos that I love.
  • AUMU95
    I have to say I wholeheartedly agree with #2...when I try to not eat things that I really like or really want, I end up going way overboard when I give in! So, if I want some dark chocolate I'll have a little. If I want dessert, then I'll have a little and then maybe skip it for a few days. Moderation in everything is so important.
  • LEAHLISTER
    Some reasonable tips, and I definitely agree with #3! Personally, I've had success with my weight loss using a light strength training routine moreso than anything else, but as #3 suggests, it's best to use whatever works best for you. The most important things is to approach your weight loss as a combination of habits that promote an overall healthy LIFESTYLE. Any weight loss plan MUST follow that principle to be truly effective. In fact, check out the following article that does a wonderful job of explaining the key factors in a successful, long-term weight loss strategy: http://fatfreeme.net/big5
  • WIKPSVO
    Regarding "the fullness hormone leptin," oddly, a popular diet product advertised by Dr. Oz has been marketed with the claim that it reduces appetite but it actually reduces leptin, therefore, increases appetite - http://www.supplements-and-health.com/garc
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  • Most people who can't exercise because of physical limitations can get in the pool & do exercises. Get on a noodle in the deep water & move your arms & legs. You'd be surprised how quickly an hour goes especially if you do it with a friend.
  • WIGGLELIGHT
    Wonderful article - v.uplifting!
  • This message is for RENEETC1.. Put on some favorite fast music or a favorite movie in and ride the bike in style. It is also a good time to meditate or pray. I have similar restrictions to walking so my bike is my best exercise and I have learned to love my time on it.
    Joya23

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