8 Weight Loss Tips

8 Weight Loss Tips

Tip 1: Avoid Soda

When the urge for sweets or snacks arrive, try drinking herbal teas instead. Flavored teas, apple sauce, almonds, or orange natural juice are all things that can help. The preparation of tea alone actually helps to take your mind off of junk food. The heat from the tea fills you up and helps satiate your cravings. You can also try drinking Lemon juice when you wake up in the morning. It will help burn body fat and eliminate stomach toxins.

Tip 2: Avoid Red Meat

Avoid red meat and non-free range chicken. Those animals are fed hormones to make them appear bigger. When you ingest animals that have been fed hormones not only do those hormones go into your body and make you fatter but they are also terrible for your health. Fish is OK but you best bet is to focus on green vegetables.

Tip 3: Stay Away From Alcohol

Alcohol contains too many empty calories which ultimately produce nothing but fat. Alcohol contains no nutritional value.

Tip 4: Stay Motivated

We know it’s hard but it’s important to try to find an incentive for getting in shape. Write down all your goals and make them realistic. Put it in an easy to see place such as your refrigerator. That  motivation will really help keep you going!

Tip 5: Avoid Starvation

Aside from drastically slowing down your metabolism, starving only promotes a bigger “rebound” effect because it forces your body to crave more of the foods that it was deprived from. Instead of starving, eat small meals every 2 to 3 years.

Tip 6: Drink Lots of Water

Drink lots of water to help fill your stomach and give it a full feeling. Also drink water before meals. It really works!

Tip 7: Be Consistent

No weight loss tips will work if you don’t give them a chance. It may take a while to see results but it’s important to hang in there! Consistency is the key to effectiveness.

Tip 8: Don’t Use a Scale

Scales can be misleading. For example, if you’re losing bodyfat but trying to gain muscle, the scale won’t necessarily reflect the difference between the two. Instead, monitor the inches you lose. Inches never lie!