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?
Gradually make that transition between weight loss and weight maintenance. It will be easier to maintain the weight and you will be less likely to stray off track.
Now that you've hit the weight you'd like to maintain, be sure you watch your portions. When eating out or at those family dinners where someone fills your plate for you- make sure you aren't eating more than you want to eat. Don't be afraid to make 2-3 meals out of "one", you'll be glad you did!
Have a summer party or a graduation coming up? Take the time to plan ahead for not only that day - but that week. Bump up the cardio a notch- watch your food intake on at least a day or two that week to allow for that little slip that might happen the day of the party.
Drinking water or coffee.
My trick for not eating much is that first cup of coffee in the morning. It satisfies me and I am not hungry. When I am at work I drink most of my 8-8oz. glasses of water and then some. That fools my brain to, makes it think I am not hungry.
In order to maintain the weight you are currently at, you need to stick pretty close to what you are doing now. The way to do that is to keep tracking. Sure, you'll have an off day here or there for Aunt Jenny's birthday or Cousin Joe's graduation, but for the most part you'll be right on track!
If you did not do the fitness or healthy food choice thing for the day or moment....rewind the head and do it again.
If you have a long drive to work make sure you have a bottle of water with you to meet your goal. Depending on your drive you can drink a bottle or two before you even start work!
Praying to God for Strength
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If you use the Calorie Differential Over Time (Start/Reports) you can see at a glance where your trouble days were.
I brought up the differential chart for the months Nov-Apr and I can see clearly where I was struggling during the winter months!!