You release insulin when you eat. Snacking all day floods your body with this fat-storage hormone, making weight loss harder.
Poor sleep affects leptin and ghrelin and stress. After a restless night, ghrelin increases and leptin declines, making us hungry.
You won't workout unless it's fun. Find a workout you enjoy, like a canal stroll or a community center class.
Start with 20 minutes if that's all you can do and gradually increase it—you'll be astonished how rapidly a regular stroll can lose weight.
Consider the effects of your meals. Tasteful things should stay longer.
It's natural to compare ourselves to others, but when setting weight reduction goals.
If you consume quantities that make you uncomfortably slouch at the table 15 minutes after eating them or meals that make you feel bloated.
Your healthy, comfortable weight may not be your slimmest. Don't let the scales or body-fat percentage decide your normal weight.
Your normal weight is where you feel confident, have energy, and can maintain it without calculating calories or going to the gym.