The best tips and advice for life after weight loss. If you do not have a weight-loss goal, how do you maintain a healthy weight?
It is always good to have some type of accountability partner. Rather if it is just to call someone and tell them what you have done positive in your healthy lifestyle choice or someone who can be accountable to you as well!
Add lemon juice and Truvia to water.
once every few weeks actually measure your food for a couple of days just to make sure you don't lose your perspective on what a portion really looks like!
Don't let yourself slip into thinking you're 'done' once you've reached your goal weight. This event lasts the rest of your life! But that's ok...you can do it. You've got this!
Review nutrition tracker and sparkpeople articles that describe "portion" size
I reached my first goal of 145 last summer. I have managed to maintain within 4-5 pounds since then. My secret is: I step on the scale every morning to make sure I am not letting the weight slip up on me. If it looks like I'm gaining, I can refocus on my food and exercise.
When obtaining Spark Points, I automatically select the 'drink eight glasses of water' before actually doing so; not just to get the Spark Points but to make sure I drink the eight glasses of water daily. Making sure I get in my 8 glasses H20 helps me eat less.
continue to weigh daily and track your trends. If you see your chart tracking upward, change your diet and exercise to get back to your weight goal.
I usually eat standing up. Eat less yet feel full