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Make Your Weight Loss Commitment Last
As anyone who’s ever been on a weight loss routine will know, the hardest part is often keeping it off after the “dieting” phase has initially passed. Probably one of the biggest problems is that many dieters return to their bad eating habits once they’ve lost the weight and quickly lose their commitment to a healthy lifestyle.
In order to keep the weight off and enjoy the ‘new and improved you’ for longer, keep a close eye on your nutrition and eating habits. If you want to indulge rather do it at breakfast and avoid eating high-energy foods at night as this is the time when your body is winding down and so is your metabolism. Remember, the key when considering your meals is: eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.
Stay active. The US Department of Health and Human Services suggests at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week or 75 minutes of high intensity exercise a week. Use this guide if you feel like slacking off one day; then catch up your gym time later that week, ensuring you get in at least 150 minutes of activity. Even better, work out at a high intensity for about 30 minutes three times a week and you’re set! It’s about exercising smarter, not harder!
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