Long-term weight loss requires dedication. You shouldn't delay weight loss, but you should be ready to modify your food and exercise habits permanently.
Nobody else can make you lose weight. You must adjust your diet and exercise to suit yourself. What would motivate you to lose weight?
Setting achievable weight-loss goals may seem obvious. But do you know reality? Long-term, try to lose 1–2 pounds (0.5–1 kilogram) per week.
Eat more plant-based foods including fruits, vegetables, and whole grains to save calories.
Exercise boosts happiness, strengthens the heart, and lowers blood pressure. Weight loss can be maintained by exercising. Regular exercise helps people sustain weight loss, according to research.
Long-term weight management requires more than a few weeks or months of balanced eating and exercise. These habits must become routine.