Sunday, July 12, 2009

Improve Your Weight Loss by Stopping the Snacking

Earlier I talked about eating like a skinny person to achieve killer weight loss results. Now, I’m going to explain one of the key rules to eat like a skinny person, and that is to Stop The Snacking!

Most skinny people are too active to sit around and snack all day. That is the biggest problem I run into with most of my clients, they are what we call “grazers”. A grazer is someone who snacks a little here and there throughout the day. You don’t think you are eating alot, but if you keep track of all your snacking then you realize you have taken in more calories then you realize.

So, how do we go about changing your eating habits to help snack less and lose more weight? Here are the top 3:

1. Out of Sight, Out of Mind. Keep junk out of the house. If you don’t buy junk food, you will eat less of it. If it’s not in the house you will not be tempted by it.

2. Be Prepared. Plan out your meals for the day or week. Make yourself a little menu or eating schedule and try to stick to it the best your can. If you are traveling or going to be out of the house for a while pack a lunch or some healthy snacks. If you out of town google local resturants with healthy menus and plan to eat there.

3. Look Yourself In the Mirror. When you feel like snacking on some junk, take a minute and look at yourself in the mirror and ask, “I’m I happy with myself now?” and “Is this snack going to help me reach my weight loss goal?”

These are just 3 simple tips to help you get started. Weight loss is not a quick fix and takes time. Try implementing one of these tips each week and you will cut down on your snacking significantly.

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