9 Diet Tips How to Lose 50 Pounds in Three Months.
I will start by recognizing the “calories, calories” typical scholeil.Yes, to lose weight you have to eat and exercise.But there is much more than that, and do not want to pass ideas regurgitating time You have heard before. This brings me to my first point:
1. Buying a Digital Scale
That sounds pretty easy. I recommend that before starting a diet, buy a ladder that is accurate to .2 (two tenths of a pound). I’ll explain why below. I also recommend buying a ladder that can save your weight daily, or manually recording your weight each day. I bought a ladder that was accurate at 0.2 checked my weight and Sam’s Club for $ 22. This was a great investment.
2. Weigh yourself every day
You will find that almost every other dieter will say even only once a week. I recommend exactly the opposite. I am very goal oriented and would like to see the results every day. The reason I would advise you to buy a ladder that is accurate to 0.2 is that there is a very large difference between 170.8 weighting one day and 170.0 the next day difference. Losing .8 pounds in one day is excellent. However, if the scale are not accurate enough to report the loss and still shows 170 after a day of healthy eating and working, you will feel very discouraged. A more detailed scale makes it easier to maintain a positive attitude. The more successful (days with positive weight loss) the easier it is.
3. Drink 8 glasses of water every day
This is obvious and widely recommended, however, the reason I recommend is slightly different. Drinking eight glasses of water a day helps you “feel less hungry.” I can not prove it scientifically, however, when I’m at work, I drink 4 cups in the morning and 4 cups at night. In days that do not drink water, I feel more hungry before. Also, in the days that do not drink water I feel asleep before. Do not feel intimidated when trying to drink 8 glasses of water. Try to do what I do: I have a glass cup I keep at work, having sixteen ounces (as all pint glasses do). I only drink two liters of water in the morning and two in the afternoon.
4. Make your public food
Tell people that you are on a diet. There is no reason to be ashamed of being on a diet. I find that trying to keep my secret diet was harder than people say. In fact, tell her colleagues, girlfriend, family, etc. Will increase their responsibility. Motivated me know that my colleagues and family knew he was dieting because I did not want to fail. I also chose a typical “big picture” and put it in my fridge in my cabin, and on my wall. I wanted to have a continuous reminder to lose weight. I know it is a clichÈ, but it was important for me to remember my ultimate goal.
It should also be noted that, although he had 50 pounds of weight when I was telling people that I was on a diet often said “do not for diet.” I find it surprising because I am obviously overweight. Note that you will probably hear similar comments. I found it easier to accept the “compliment” to try to justify my diet for them. Remember that you are on a diet for you, and you do not have to be justified.
5. No Diet Weekend
This is another unconventional advice. I could lose 50 pounds without a diet at the weekend. I found tired, depressed and demotivated if I was trying to continue my diet until the weekend. I felt that Friday and Saturday (my weekend) was a time to celebrate the 5 days of dieting. You may not find it necessary, especially in the first few weeks of a diet. However, as it happened several weeks ago, the weekend became a time for me to celebrate my weekly successes and mentally prepared for five days of diet. I judged a mental recharge.
6. Do not sacrifice your life for your diet
Sometimes you feel unable to eat healthily. Whether due to lunch with his team at work, birthdays or special occasions, there will be events that just can not (or will not) eat healthily. A diet will feel overwhelming, if you have to sacrifice special events in your life. The way he fought was to swap a day that was not going to feed on the weekend. In other words, if I do not say Tuesday, for example, would be the Saturday diet, instead.
7. Make small changes
This is a fairly common tip, however, have a twist to it. Instead of giving up what most diets say you should give up (soda, coffee, beer, caffeine, etc.) that make healthier choices. I do not want to give anything, so I decided to make some changes in place. The first change I made was switching to diet soda. Do not worry, you quickly get used to the taste. Before I started my diet, I swore that I never drink soda. Now, thanks to my girlfriend, the diet is the only soda I drink. The second change I made was to drink black coffee. Cut the sugar and cream, and get the benefits of coffee (caffeine) without the calories. The last major change I made was “healthy” beer. I’m a Miller Lite drinker, however, temporarily switching to Prime Light Beck (60 calories per serving) I could still enjoy a healthy social life while maintaining my diet.
In addition to making small changes in your diet, make small changes in your life: park farther, walk to the end of the train platform and into the last car, and vow not to take a Lift for one week. I also found it beneficial to use a pedometer and try to compete with myself to find out how far you can walk in a day. The more I am in a single day was 6.5 miles. I went for a walk twice a week.
8. Perspective Gain by Understanding Fractions
Your diet is incredibly small fraction of its life. If you lived for 80 years, and followed a diet for four months, that would be only 0.42% of his life. True, if the diet for four months, will be less than half a percent of his life. On the other hand think the main benefits you can get from 0.42% of his life. If you stay motivated help, count the days from 120.
9. Streamline your workouts
Finding the time to get to the gym can be very difficult. However, a 1/2 hour workout is only 2% of your day (assuming 24 hours days). For me, the most motivating thought was comparing my workouts for sitcoms. As a big fan Everybody Loves Raymond, every time I sat down to watch an episode, I remembered that in the 1/2 hour sitting and doing nothing, I could finish my daily workout.