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Tips to stick to a healthy diet

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Jan. 05, 20 | 5:28 pm

New year, new life! Many of us put healthy lifestyle and diet as our new year’s resolution but little to none of us get to stick to it. This is because we don’t have the necessary motivation and knowledge to sustain a healthy lifestyle, making it hard for many of us to lose unwanted weight and finally be our healthiest selves. However, with the right information, you can and will definitely maintain a healthy lifestyle that will last for more than a year.

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Set doable expectations

Many of us dream of finally being able to stick to a nutritious diet, but if you’re just starting out a new healthy lifestyle, it’s important to not do so much so fast. If you crash your diet, chances are, you’ll feel even more deprived, which will lead to binge eating in the long run. Don’t be in a hurry because a healthy lifestyle isn’t achieved in a day, a week, or a month. It takes a while before you get the hang of it so make sure to set realistic and achievable goals.

“What motivates you?”

Think hard about why you want to lose weight and always remind yourself of those reasons to keep you going. Motivation leads to discipline, which can lead to accomplishment of your health goals.

Get rid of junk food in your home

If you have junk food in your home, it becomes really hard to resist eating unhealthily because temptation is within reach. Ask your housemates or family members to keep the food hidden to keep you from getting tempted. It’s true what they say, “out of sight, out of mind.”

Don’t exclude food groups altogether

Most diets fail because they exclude certain food groups, which can sometimes backfire and lead to overindulging in the long run. So you had a donut? That doesn’t mean your diet is ruined. If you always think, “I already ate one cookie! My diet is ruined so I’ll just eat as much as I can and start tomorrow,” then you’ll ruin it not just for that day, but in the next days to come. If you ate one unhealthy food, then just move on and choose to eat the healthy options on your next meal for the day.

Carry healthy snacks

Take healthy and high-protein snacks for when you have to be away from home for a long period of time. This prevents you from grabbing whatever food is available because you become too hungry to opt for a healthy meal.

Exercise and change diet at the same time

Try to incorporate workouts in your diet so you can get greater results. Food and exercise go hand in hand and if you’re able to master both, you’ll get the healthy body you deserve in no time.

Practice mindful eating

Diets work only because they create a calorie deficit, so if you think about it, you can actually lose weight just by being mindful of your calories. It doesn’t actually mean you have to stop eating what you love, you just need to get the discipline to not binge eat those unhealthy options. That way, you’ll get to enjoy food and don’t hate eating altogether. Having a better relationship with food is perhaps the best solution to a successful diet.

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