Weight loss tip: Do Something About It.

Weight Loss Tip 177 - Do something about itWeight Loss Tip 177 - Do something about it

Stop wish for better health and thinner and start doing what you need to be it!

Weight Loss Tip 177 - Do something about it

Weight Loss Tip 177 – Do something about it

I wish I were a genie and could snap my fingers and get what I want.  I would be back in a size of jeans with a 32-inch waist.  We all wish we had a quick and easy way to lose weight, but face it, that is not going to happen and nor would you really want to lose it fast because you would just gain it back.  For most of us, diets just don’t work as they are intended.  In fact, most people lose weight, but research shows that people who diet usually end up weighing more.  This happens because traditional diets rely on us cutting stuff out and going without usually create cravings.  Which is great for as long as the willpower lasts, but as soon as you slip up a little, you will be back in the operating zone and will likely gain more than you have lost.

My recommendation is that focus on breaking habits that lead to overeating, drinking too much, and exercising too little. By disrupting these habits, you will eat less and exercise more in order to build better habits.  The problem we just ignore the problem and pass it off for another day.  Instead, we just need to take an action and do something.  

Sure, you want to become that tight, younger version of what you used to or want to be and you can do it, but it is going to take some work and time so that you can learn to develop a new lifestyle.  Although this cannot occur overnight, don’t let that discourage you because you can do this.  Develop a new lifestyle and be one step toward healthier you!   Each day is an opportunity for success so do something about it this time.  

The bottom line: An optimal diet and exercise plan will be one that you will live with, and enjoy, over a lifetime.  Develop a new lifestyle which you can maintain, and you will be one step closer to a new you.  Each day is an opportunity for success to do something about your weight and health.  

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About the Author

I am a family physician who has served in the US Army. In 2016, I found myself overweight, out of shape, and unhealthy, so I made a change to improve my health. This blog is the chronology of my path to better health and what I have learned along the way.

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