Planning for Weight Loss

Weight loss & the planning that comes with it.

What You Need to Know Before Getting Started

Weight loss can be achieved either by eating fewer calories or by burning more calories with physical activity, preferably both.

A healthy weight loss program consists of:

A reasonable realistic weight loss goal

A Reduced calorie nutritionally balanced eating plan

Physical activity help you stay on track with your goals.

Keep in mind… Calorie count Portions count Nutrition counts. Even a small amount of weight loss can lead to: BIG HEALTH BENEFITS

Strive to develop good habits to last a lifetime

Discuss weight loss with your doctor before getting started

Getting Started

Check your Body Mass Index (BMI)

Download a TDEE Calculator

Discuss weight loss with your doctor and decide on a goal.

If you have a lot of weight to lose, set a realistic intermediate goal, maybe to lose 15 pounds.
Remember that even a small amount of weight loss
Can Have Excellent Health Benefits
Taking a good look at your current habits will help you determine what changes you might make as well as what you are doing right.

How Do I Know Which Weight Loss Plan is Right For Me?

Keep in mind that you want to develop lifestyle habits that will help you maintain your weight in a healthy range.

A diet that you will not stick to WILL NOT lead to better results in the future.

Think about best practices of friends & family who have lost weight and kept it off for good.

These people are called “Successful Losers” in weight loss circles across the internet.

Habits of Successful Losers

They are ACTIVE

They control portions

They make the healthier food choices when they eat out.

Skipping breakfast is: NOT AN OPTION

Have a habit of eating smaller meals. Don’t have food restrictions

They cut sugar & processed carbs.

In closing…. It won’t be easy, In the beginning take it one goal at a time.

Before you know it….

You will be a new version of yourself.

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