Recruit a friend (or two) who also wants to trim down and establish a call-anytime Pact. Should you find yourself staring down a cheesecake you can call for immediate assistance.
Use a reliable source such as My Food Pyramid by the USDA to work up a diet that you can maintain.
Exercise every day.
Find hobbies that occupy your hands so you are not tempted to snack while watching TV at night.
If you get sidetracked start
willingness to quit smoking
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fruits and vegetables.
Recruit diet buddies
It’s hard to lose weight on their own. The success of commercial groups such as Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig is part of the embedded support. Form your own. Ask one two or three good reliable friends to help you.
Determine how often you can train together maybe go for 30 to 60 minutes after dinner three times a week or every night. Give each other 24/7 promise that should anyone have a difficult event coming up like a party or a vacation you will be on duty for a quick pep talk.
Plan Out A Smart Diet
Design a realistic diet for yourself. If you hate breakfast consider drinking a yogurt smoothie and fruit and store calories for meals and snacks. If you enjoy a great dinner trim back on lunch.
If you have a family ask them to help you cut down. When you bake them a lush dessert do you something like lemon sorbet or frozen yogurt with fresh fruit that will satisfy your sweet tooth and you’ll still stick to your diet.
Rev up your metabolism with daily exercise
No matter how you do it commit to daily exercise. It can mean going for 20 minutes a day and add five minutes a day or a week you can manage 60 minutes.
If you have a dog this does go very easy to do at any time of day or night. If you have kids running around the playground with them or ride.
Bring water bottle with you everywhere. (Use a replenished water container.) Also bring healthy snacks with you: apples unsweetened trail mix or small yogurt packages low-salt high-fiber biscuits. These will be good snacks for your kids too.