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Emotional eating, where we eat to cope with stress or negative emotions, is even more damaging for those with high blood pressure or diabetes.
The most difficult part of keeping to your diet plan during the holidays is portion control. Here are some tricks to manage how much you eat.
Deprivation diets – or crash diets – are all too common. They can be captivating. Who doesn’t want a quick fix to anything, including being overweight? However, as anyone who has tried a deprivation diet knows, they often lead to a worse situation than before.
When it comes to losing fat, once we understand how our bodies store it, we need to know how to store less and burn more. Insulin plays a vital role.
To lose fat, you need more than diet and exercise. You need to understand the conditions that allow your muscles to pull energy from fat properly.
You might think it’s best to skip breakfast to lose weight more quickly, but it’s not so. People who skip breakfast are heavier, with other health issues.
Losing pounds isn’t just about cutting calories, and dieting isn’t a one-shot, temporary thing, it’s a change in lifestyle. To truly drop pounds and transform your body into the one you’ve always wanted, you need to alter your habits.
If you’re struggling with weight loss, looking at mental and emotional factors can help. The psychology of weight loss can help you understand the issues.
Today we discuss the seven parts of a weight loss mindset. If you recognize that you’re struggling in one or more of these areas, fixing it will help!