How to Maintain Weight Loss with Calorie Watch Diet
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How to Maintain Weight Loss with Calorie Watch Diet

Weight loss is not easy and people have tries to do it in many ways. By doing a calorie watch, not only will you lose weight, but you do not have to stop eating your favorite foods. Just keep it at a minimum.

Have you ever tried to maintain what you eat but always find yourself slipping with week after week? It can sometimes lead you just giving up and actually gaining more weight than what you were before. That should not happen to you or to anyone because we should be able to have the mentality to watch what we eat. This is not to say to stop what you are already eating. This is just to say to make sure that you have a certain portion of your favorite food.

Now there is a saying that some people always say. ‘If it’s in the house, then it’s going to be eaten’ Then they do their best not to shop for that food anymore. Your body is used to certain foods and you do not want to torture yourself if you do not have it in the house anymore. But what you can do is do research online about calories. How much you can intake per day before you go overboard.

Some people take diets all types of ways. Whether it’s taking diet pills or changing what they eat or they can go to the unhealthy extreme and just not eat at all. While some of these ideas are good (with the exception of the last), there is a way where you can lose weight and still enjoy the goodness of foods that you love to eat on a daily basis. Just in smaller portions. But in order for you to do that, you need to check the calories of each food you are going to eat before you eat it.

Let’s say that you look up your weight and you see that you can eat as much as 1500 calories per day before going overboard. Then look at what you eat each day and how much of it that you eat before the whole calorie watch. You can break your calories into pieces. 500 for breakfast, 500 for lunch and 500 for dinner. When you are about to eat something from home, check the box and see how much the calories are and just go according to what it says. If you are expecting eating outside, just about every restaurant or fast food place has a menu with the calories next to it. So if a menu has 700 calories for a meal, then just buy a smaller version than what you used to having.

I know its difficult but if you follow your set calories, you might begin to see a little difference without having to do much food sacrifice. During the mid-times when you are hungry, make sure that you have a pack of Sugar-Free Gum on the side to keep your mind off wanting more food. Most Sugar-Free gums have zero calories so you will not be off track.

With the combination of exercise, not only will you be losing calories from the workout, but that gives you more to either want to sneak in an extra snack. You should not have to tease yourself or you body because that could come back to haunt you and you will probably end up eating more that what you did before.

One last thing, make sure that when you do eat, to do it before a certain time. Let’s say give yourself 9 to 9:30 p.m. as a cut off time to eat. If you have the food on your mind, watch a little television and pop in a Sugar-Free gum to stop the craving till the morning. The more you stay in tune to this, the easier it gets. Soon, you will find yourself losing the weight that you want to.

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