Change Habits for Weight Loss
The Mayo Clinic website has recently published an article regarding weight loss. The article explains that those who really want to lose pounds should prepare themselves into changing their habits. Changing their habits means effective weight loss as well as allowing the person to committing in shedding those extra pounds.
This article was published on their website:
Your weight-loss success depends in large part on your readiness to take on the challenge. If you jump in before you’re ready, your weight-loss plan might buckle under the first challenge.
Knowing that you need to make changes in your life and actually doing it are two different things.
Use these questions to assess your readiness to lose weight.
1. Are you motivated to make long-term lifestyle changes?
Successful weight loss depends on permanent lifestyle changes, such as eating healthy, lower calorie foods and including physical activity in your daily routine. That could represent a significant departure from your current lifestyle.
You might need to overhaul your diet so that you’re eating more whole grains, fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy products, for example. You’ll also need to find time for physical activity, ideally at least 30 to 45 minutes — or more — nearly every day of the week.
Whether your motivation for undertaking these changes is better health, improved appearance or simply feeling better about yourself, find your motivation and focus on it.
Read full article at http://www.mayoclinic.org.