Learn how to reduce the fat, sugar and salt content of your food and to enjoy fruit and vegetables. Use the nutrition guides on pre-packaged food to decide whether or not that product is best for you or your family. Cooking fresh food puts you in control of what you eat. Yes, it probably takes longer than heating processed food, but what else were you going to do with that time – watch TV? Perhaps the thought that fresh food is cheaper than you think may encourage you to give it a try.
Stop being a couch potato and get out and use your body. Remember the saying “Use it or lose it!” Exercise increases your base metabolic rate, which enables you to burn calories at a faster rate all day – not just when you exercise. Exercise makes you feel good about yourself and that “can’t be bothered, dragging yourself around” mood rapidly disappears.
Don’t try to change your lifestyle too quickly. Its better to make steady, permanent changes than it is to cause yourself distress only to fail through demotivation. You can’t change the habits of a lifetime in a few days so don’t try to and don’t wait to change your lifestyle until the last minute, because that’s too late. Finally, medical advances mean that we live longer than before, even with a poor lifestyle, but what’s the point if most of that “extra time” is ruined by poor health?
Finally! How To Get The Slim, Toned, Attractive Body You’ve Always Wanted Without Dieting.