We appreciate that it wasn't easy to eat cardboard food and crawl out your warm bed at dark-thirty to work out. The thing is, it's been proven time after time that people diet for the requisite 60-days (sorta like a prison sentence) and then slip right back into negative habit patterns.
Can you imagine the numbers on your scale creeping upwards?
Does this sound familiar – I frequently skip breakfast so I can eat more for dinner; I usually eat lunch at a fast food place; I order takeout for dinner 3-4 times per week.
You don't want this to happen to you. You don't want to be a yo-yo dieter forever. You took it off – now keep it off!
I've Reached my Goal Weight, What now?
You did it! You logged long hours of sweat equity and cleaned up your diet. You reached your goal weight. Now, you don't know that to do.
The formula for sustaining your goal weight is pretty straightforward: eat less, move more. Making a lifetime commitment to take care of your body is more than looking good in your jeans.
The benefits are monumental: You'll have more energy. Chances are you will dodge Type2 Diabetes. You will prevent age-related diseases like cancer and heart disease. You will maintain healthy blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose levels.
How's that for an incentive to make an investment in you?
How Do I Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle?
We really dislike rules. Instead, here are suggestions that will help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Forget diet. The very word makes you hungry. Substitute:" I am positioning myself for my new way of life. I make healthy choices and limit unhealthy ones."
Hopefully, you lost weight the healthy way instead of fad dieting. If so, no doubt you picked up some good nutrition tips during your journey. However, if you relied on meal replacement drinks or diet pills, be mindful you're not doing your...