here are some functioning dieting tips that will help you reach and maintain your goal easily and in an accurate way and for sure to help you never give-up!
- Don’t Ditch the Scale
here I’m referring to the food scale, having a portion control is very important, although you can use the size of your palm but this will not be as accurate as the measuring scale and i would highly suggest the digital scale so, don’t ditch the scale, measuring cups or spoons these tools will help you keep your portion in control
2. Don’t reward yourself with food
Everyone knows that dieting can be really harsh, but rewarding yourself with food will not really get you anywhere and it’s easy to feel that you deserve a reward after completing a successful weight loss goal, but those Splurges will start to add up! just like when you were on a diet, you need to exercise some self-control. Set the Cheat day one a week to satisfy you and keep your cravings under control. here is an amazing idea, if you wanna celebrate success you can always go for a spa or buy yourself another new gym outfit to show off your hard work! 😉
3. Continue to Eat Whole Natural Foods
Food that is closest to the natural food is free from added sugar, preservatives ,extra calories and things that you don’t need as part of a healthy diet. remember it shouldn’t be a diet it’s a way of life all year around! if you want to maintain the hard work you put in, you need to continue giving your body nutrients rich food that will support a lean, muscular physique and to keep your body fat away from creeping up! Continue to stick to a high protein diet including lean sources of meat, egg whits, poultry and non-fat dairy products. Choose fibrous carbohydrates like sweet potato, brown rice, whole grains and vegetables like broccoli and kale and good fats like coconut oil, nuts and peanut butter
4. Don’t Give Up Food Prep
Meal preparation is a very huge part of anyone thinking of successful weight loss plan when it comes to transforming your body, Don’t stop planing and preparing your meal in advance and establish days for grocery shopping and meal prep. cook and portion out your proteins and carbs, these are the two food that take time to prepare. Food can be stored and frozen in correct portions for a complete meal at a time. There should be NO excuses for healthy meals and eating something you shouldn’t
5. Take Your Food With You
It may not seem so much fun but this is another habit not worth ditching, bring your prepared meals when your off to work or going to your university, and always always remember to bring healthy snacks when traveling or out for the day. Choose healthy snacks like whey protein, single serving almond pouches , veggie sticks, and pieces of fruits.
6. Stick To A Set Macro-nutrient Profile
Restrictive diets generally use set macro-nutrient profiles that are very low in carbohydrates and high in proteins and moderate in fats. Following a very low carbohydrate diet for an extended period of time can be effective for weight loss. However, sustaining a diet like this for a long time can be hard to bear. It can cause dips in energy levels, brain fog and bad mood. Thus, it’s important to change your macro-nutrient profile if you have been using a restrictive diet for a while. But, it doesn’t mean it needs to be a drastic shift!
7. Continuous to self monitor.
No one likes the scale or weighing in, but if you don’t continue to keep track of your weight using the scale, selfies, a measuring tape or how your clothes fit, it will be hard to actually know how your body is changing. It’s easy for weight to creep up and get out of control before you even realize it’s happening. That said, don’t become weight obsessed; a once a week check in can help keep things under control!