Overcoming Resistance to Exercise

Are You Destined to Sit on the Couch? If someone mentions exercise do you think, “I hate to exercise. There’s no way I’m doing that. Exercise is hard, it’s a drag, it takes too much time.” These types of beliefs may be keeping you from discovering a fun way to add to your weight loss plan.

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Get Back Weight Loss Motivation with NLP: Setting an Anchor

NLP Setting an Anchor Process to Get Back Motivation for Losing Weight A client recently wrote saying, “When I was losing the weight I felt so good about my exercise and weight loss I actually considered going into the health field. I want to get that [feeling] back!” It can be easier than you think to “get that feeling back.” That’s exactly the type of situation when you’d want to use the NLP process known as setting an anchor.

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People Using Hypnosis For Weight Loss Tell Me It Is Very Effective

In our society there are many ways to deal with weight loss. Weight loss is something that is very important because you not only want to look good, but you also want to feel good. Losing weight might seem like it is all about looking good and feeling like you can fit into your society.

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The Secret Weight Loss Machine

There is a piece of equipment available in many gyms and homes that has been shown in tests to be unsurpassed for assisting in your weight loss goals – want to know what it is? The Treadmill – exercising on Treadmills has helped many people to achieve their weight loss goals – and it can help you too.

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The Basics of Weight Loss Remain the Same

Many people are obsessed with losing weight these days. Even people who are in good shape spend a lot of time worrying about their weight and the state of their health. People often turn to different kinds of plans and programs to help them lose weight. They are always on the lookout for effective weight loss secrets. 

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Losing Weight: Start By Counting Calories

By Linda Bren Americans are getting fatter. We’re putting on the pounds at an alarmingly rapid rate. And we’re sacrificing our health for the sake of super-sized portions, biggie drinks, and two-for-one value meals, obesity researchers say. More than 60 percent of U.S. adults are overweight, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). And about 15 percent of children and adolescents ages 6 to 19 are overweight.

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Fat-Free vs. Regular Calorie Comparison

You can lose weight by eating fewer calories and by increasing your physical activity. Reducing the amount of total fat and saturated fat that you eat is one way to limit your overall calorie intake. However, eating fat-free or reduced-fat foods isn’t always the answer to weight loss. A fat-free food is not necessarily low in calories; in fact, it could be higher in calories because of added sugars. Calories may also be added when you eat more of the reduced-fat or fat-free food than you would of the regular item.

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Avoid ‘Fad’ Diets

The cabbage soup diet, the low-carbohydrate and high-protein diet, and other so-called “fad” diets are fundamentally different from federal nutrition dietary guidelines and are not recommended for losing weight. Fad diets usually overemphasize one particular food or type of food, contradicting the guidelines for good nutrition, which recommend eating a variety of foods from the Food Guide Pyramid. These diets may work at first because they cut calories, but they rarely have a permanent effect.

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Tips for Eating Out

Ask for nutrition information (for example, calories, saturated fat, and sodium) before you order when eating out. Choose foods that are steamed, broiled, baked, roasted, poached, or stir-fried, but not deep-fat fried. Share food, such as a main dish or dessert, with your dining partner. Take part of the food home with you and refrigerate immediately. You may want to ask for a take-home container when the meal arrives. Spoon half the meal into it, so you’re more likely to eat only what’s left on your plate. Request your meal to be served without gravy, sauces, butter or margarine. Ask for salad dressing on the side, and use only small… Read More

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