7 Tips for Weight Loss That Actually Work

“I teach my clients to choose foods they like, taste each bite, and chew deliberately. I tell them to chew gently, swallow just when done, and repeat. Knowing we're full takes time.

 Eat Slowly

Enjoy the sweetness of fruit and the richness of raw and steamed vegetables. Your connection with food can be enjoyable.”

Enjoy the Food You Eat

 To take one to work each day, I chop off the fat, bake it with seasoning, measure 3.5 ounces, and put it in a container with mustard and frozen veggies.

Batch Cook and Prep

Lift weights two or three times a week. Using moderate to heavy weights for three or four sets of 10 to 15 reps with challenging weights builds muscle.

Don’t Forget the Weights

We know that poor sleep affects how we think and process our emotions, so it's easy to link this to an inability to make acceptable life decisions, including food choices.

 Get Enough Zs

Remember, our body's main goal is survival. When deprived of calories, our bodies will cope to survive. We seek energy-dense foods because our bodies know them.

Don’t Skip Meals

Research shows that participants who drank two glasses of water before meals dropped more weight and kept it off.

 Stay Hydrated