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Take That Spare Tire: Weight Loss Made Simple

You can feel overwhelmed when you are trying to lose weight. While you may be very dedicated in the beginning, sometimes people start to get frustrated after a short period of time. Many people manage to meet their weight loss goals. How on earth do they manage it?

Your first major step towards weight loss is to know what success looks like. Specifically, what are your goals, and how will you know you have reached them? What are you trying to achieve when losing weight? Would you be happier if you were able to wear smaller clothes? Is a certain weight the one you are after? Are your primarily interested in improving your health?

Each week, you should chart your progress, so you know if you are improving. Have a food diary and keep track of your weight every single week. List the foods you eat in a daily food diary that is part of your journal. Writing down what you put into your body will make you more aware of your choices, inspiring you to make healthier decisions.

Hunger can affect the way you think, and turn you into a monster! Always keep healthy snacks with you to avoid feeling overly hungry. If you haven't eaten all day, you can easily find yourself wandering into a fast food restaurant. Plan to eat healthy by packing a nutritious lunch. Not only will you be saving calories, but also you'll save money.

Being able to balance healthy eating and exercise is the key to permanent weight loss. It is very important to exercise at least three days out of the week. If this has been where you have failed in the past, plan instead to incorporate exercise into things you already enjoy. Ask your friends to schedule a weekly walk or two with you. Being outside for a nice hike can be a great way of getting exercise. Sign up for a class and learn a new high-energy style if you enjoy dancing.

It might sound simple, but if the junk food isn't there to eat, then you won't be tempted to eat it. Replace your favorite junk foods with healthy alternatives that you still enjoy snacking on, such as salsa, fresh fruits and granola bars. Quit stocking up your kitchen with food that is bad for you. Avoid eating junk food by not buying it to begin with.

Talk to your friends, and envelop yourself with their support. They are happy to help you! Why else would they have volunteered? If you are surrounded by an encouraging support group then it is easy to stay on track. They can provide you with the right nudge to keep you going. Don't hesitate to contact them if you are having a rough time.