Nowadays whether we like it or not, the symbol of beauty is based on the runway, movies and magazine covers. Having a slim body, flawless skin, and a head of shiny bouncy hair, would definitely place you as the epitome of a perfect body. So, how about those women who doesn’t possess those attributes? Well, they spend tons of money for weight loss information to reach that level of perfection.
So, for those desperate women, here are some tips on how to lose weight quickly just for you!
• Watch what you eat. Be aware that everything you put in your mouth will make or break your diet. If you want to lose weight, eating low-calorie but healthy food would do the trick. Try eating 4-5 small meals a day instead of 3 large ones. This way, you prevent yourself from getting hungry and pigging out, and also teach your digestive system to adjust to eating light.
• Exercise daily. You don’t need to go to the gym for that. Walking 45 minutes a day will prevent weight gain and promote weight reduction at the same time. Walking this long can burn 300 calories a day. Not only that, you get to enjoy the outdoors and meet new people.
• Find a diet and exercise partner that will help you and support you all the way. Your friend will also be able to help you stay in your diet and push you when you feel like giving up. Going through diet plans with a friend can be both comforting, as well as enjoyable and you can share tips of the best stuff to do and eat. This will give you assurance that you are not alone and someone is helping you achieve your goals.
• Color code your life. Surround yourself with appetite suppressant colors like the color blue to help you out in your weight loss goal, psychologically. It won’t hurt to explore your options and choices. Research other ways and means to lose those unwanted weight.
• Lastly, get rid of your fat clothes. Try investing on smaller size clothes to give you inspiration on losing weight in order to fit into them. A new set of wardrobe will push you more to stay on your program until you reach your target weight and clothes size.
Thanks to Alan Cleaver for the image.