3 tips for losing weight and keeping it off
Losing weight is often a positive step forward to leading a healthier and happier lifestyle, but shedding the excess pounds and keeping them off can be the challenge of a lifetime.
Here are some tips for keeping weight off and becoming healthier than you've ever been before:
- Engage in consistent physical activity: Staying active is one of the best ways you can maintain your health and keep weight off. If you don't enjoy long periods of exercise, try taking two or three moderate-to-brisk walks every day.
- Remember it's a long-term effort: Some people are successful in their effort to lose weight initially, but afterward find that they revert to their pre-weight loss eating habits. To enjoy long-term weight loss, remember that eating nutritionally-rich food is a long-term goal. Being able to enjoy permanent weight loss and a healthier lifestyle means maintaining the new, healthy eating habits you've learned for over the long run.
- Stay consistent: Having a plan and sticking to it is important for those trying to eat healthier meals. For instance, if you know you're going on vacation you can try to be proactive in planning how you'll maintain your fitness goals even when your schedule is disrupted.
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