Dieting isn’t easy. In fact, the very concept of “dieting” is inherently flawed, implying it’s something short-term. Classifying a diet as temporary actually makes it harder to maintain healthy actions long enough to see results.
Instead, dieting should be a constant flow towards healthier eating habits. That mental shift turns something you’re forcing yourself to do into something that you do automatically. The change is subtle but the psychological impact is stunning.
When Movement is Your Primary Goal . . .
Whether you’re trying to hit a weight loss target or just want to improve your overall health and well being, increasing your movement and shedding that sedentary lifestyle is the best (and easiest) way to reach those goals. Movement—no matter how small—counts as exercise and we can often squeeze it in more often than a trip to the gym.
The holidays always seem to be right around the corner. Often that means we are either trying to slim down for the annual gatherings with family and friends or shed excess pounds we’ve put on through indulging in once-a-year treats. But, with a little willpower, a few good recipes, and a plan you can jump-start and maintain weight loss before, during, and especially after the holiday season.
Why Do People Overeat?
Overeating is different than stress eating. Often overeating is carried through to adulthood from habits we learned as children. Those old mantras of “clean your plate” and the tales about the “starving children around the world” we all heard really do have a mental impact on us. We feel that we have to eat everything in front of us or must eat until we’re uncomfortably full.
How often have you heard that dieting alone isn’t the answer to your weight loss problem? The best way to lose weight is by combining a calorie restrictive diet with moderate amounts of exercise. It makes sense—if you eat less and burn more calories, you will lose weight.
But the term “exercise” scares a lot of people away, and that fear eats at their willpower. Thankfully, a new study shows that you don’t have to hit the gym five days a week to get health and weight loss benefits. In fact, something as simple as walking a little more every day (say three hours per week, which is less than 30 minutes per day) can have a dramatic effect on your health!
Everybody is looking for an easy way to lose weight on the run. We have to. Our lives have become much more active than ever before. Work, kids, hobbies, and the dreaded commute take up most of our day, adding stress and limiting the amount of time we can spend on ourselves—both of which are bad for our waistlines.
Here are 4 tips that can help you lose weight on the run no matter how busy your life is.
The decision you made to lose weight was a very personal one. But there are thousands of people out there who have made that exact same resolution. And though everyone’s journey is unique, the Hollywood Diet® line of products can help everyone reach their goal!
When you’re trying to lose weight (or even maintain yours) successfully navigating the holiday season can feel like walking through a minefield. With all the seasonal temptations and traditional treats (not to mention the peer pressure from friends and family) it’s easy to find yourself blown off course.
But just as easy as it is to put that extra weight on, you can lose those holiday pounds with some healthy tips and a little help from the Hollywood Miracle Diet®.
Do you ever find yourself saying, ‘I need to lose weight fast?’ The fact is that to see the fastest results possible, you need to take control over your diet. Far too many people who need to lose weight fast put all their effort into workout sessions.
While staying active is definitely great, nothing helps more than improving your diet.
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What do weight loss winners know that you don’t? We’ll give you the tricks to get your desired results fast!
Create Calorie Control
When it comes to being able to shed excess body weight quickly, you must be able to control your calorie intake. Your calorie balance, that is how many calories you take in versus how many calories you burn off over the course of the day, is the primary determinant of whether or not you lose weight.