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Webmaster | 7. June 2007 @ 16:17

There are many different factors that contribute to losing weight and being able to keep that weight off. Balance is an important factor in your weight loss plan. You will find people that have been successful at weight loss do not usually deprive themselves of foods that they like. The best way to deal with the situation is to have a small portion and the craving is gone.

The important thing to remember is that you need to compromise to maintain balance in your diet. If you satisfy that craving and it was high calorie or high fat, you will need to take away the fat or calories somewhere else in your diet. You could also add more exercise for the extra calories. There are options for maintaining balance in your weight loss plan.

You have a certain amount of calories that you plan on eating and you can spend them anyway you like. A calorie is a calorie and they are all going to cause you to gain or lose the same amount of weight. So the key is deciding what foods you want to spend your calories on and how many of them you want to subtract with exercise. If you look at your weight reduction plan as just numbers, it may make it a little easier for you to stay on track.

Consider these four things when you re deciding how to use your calories:

1. What healthy foods do you like? Think about what foods you really like, that are healthy. Can you work these into your diet more often, making it less tempting to indulge on something that is not as healthy and higher in calories?

2. What are your favorite foods that you do not wish to give up? Make a list of foods that you really like and that you do not feel you can live without. The best thing to do with these kinds of foods is to buy them in a single serving or to eat them out in single servings. So, if you like cookie dough ice cream it is not in your best interest to buy it by the gallon and keep it in your freezer.

3. What foods can you not be around? It is best to keep all food, which you have no control over, out of your home. It is best to avoid these foods completely as much as possible.

4. What foods can you give up and not miss? If there are high calorie foods that don't have much nutritional value and you don�t mind not having them, give them up. Doing this will only benefit you in the end.

If you are able to put these four simple concepts into practice you will be able to balance the foods you enjoy and still be able to lose weight successfully. Give these principles a try and you may find it easier to stay within your weight loss program guidelines.

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Webmaster | 4. January 2007 @ 16:17

Spring is almost upon us and before you know it summer will be here. After all that winter eating the last thing you want to do is sit on the beach feeling uncomfortable. Did you know that there was a time in the world when the notion of loosing weight was non existent? In those days people engaged in a lot more physical activity. Today we lead more sedentary lifestyles. We drive to work, we sit at our desks for eight hours after which time we drive home, watch tv and got to bed.

Today we have the million dollar weight loss industry. There are hundreds of supplements sold daily to help people loose weight. There are also all sorts of gadgets. My favorite one was the exercise belt that vibrated around your tummy. This was great; you could loose weight while sitting and watching tv. !What a concept!

Here are some simple tips to help you loose weight. Firstly learn about food. Learn about what you like. Learn your tastes. Experiment with a variety of food types. Loosing weight is not a chore however it can be an education.

Drink more water; preferably drink it before you eat. Introduce more greens into your diet. Try and eat fruit first before other foods. A smoothie in the morning can work wonders. Try and introduce more raw vegetables into your weekly menu. Do some research on food and play with different types to see what you like.

Based on your observations create a menu for each week of the month. This way you vary your food throughout the month and then just rotate for the following month. Always be on the look out for new variations and tastes to introduce to your monthly diet. You do not have to starve yourself. What you need to do is eat more of the right foods. Substitute the poor quality foods with better quality foods. Do not force your self to eat foods that you do not like in order to loose weight. There are plenty of food types. There is bound to be ones that you like. All you have to is find them.

Like anything else. This will only work if you want it to. Second to that you can learn all about food. Make it fun. Make it an adventure. Turn it around to be what you want it to be. By doing this you will loose weight and be happy.

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Paul Hegarty is the owner of learningfromdvds.com. A guide to educational DVDs with price comparisons, reviews, and free E-books. Read this month�s e-book on "How To Spot A fraudulent Email". Grab your free copy today.

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