Tips #1: Eat vegetables, fruit and fiber to help you feel full.
your meal with salad or soup to help fill you up so you eat less; add fruit to low sugar cereal-blueberries, strawberries, sliced bananas. You will still enjoy lots of sweetness, but with fewer calories, less sugar, and more fiber; snack on carrots or celery instead of a high-calorie chips,…
Tips #2: Take charge of your food environment
Set yourself up for success by taking charge of your food environment: when you eat, how much you eat, and what foods you make easily available, you might also want to note how you were feeling right before you ate it. Were you angry, sad, or bored?just choose healthy foods that help you feel more satisfied. Cutting out those unnecessary snacks late at night can save you up to 500 calories per day, which adds up to a pound per week. Pinpointing these reasons is the first step to getting on the path to a healthier you.
Tips #3: Find exercise you enjoy.
Try walking with a friend, dancing, hiking, cycling, yoga,meditation, playing Frisbee with a dog, enjoying a pickup game of basketball, or playing activity-based video games with your kids… By identifying physical activities that you love to do, you will be more likely to enjoy the time you spend being active and be more consistent with integrating it into your daily life. Change one variable at a time to keep you motivated. “Cardio burns the most calories, so it is ideal for fast weight loss, but afterward you need to include a few hours a week of strength training,” Pace yourself. Don't do too much, too soon — work your way up to help prevent injury.
Tips #4: Drink plenty of water and say goodbye to Soda
If you are drinking sugary pop every day, you are taking in between 120 to 160 extra calories every day. Say you drink two cans per day; that is an extra 300 or so calories. If you take out those two drinks and replace them with water, you will lose 10 pounds in about 16 weeks without really doing anything drastic