Carrying excess weight cannot only impact your confidence, but it can also have serious health complications, so you owe it to yourself to make a change. If you are struggling to zip up your jeans or are worried about your ailing health, it is more than likely a sign you need to change your lifestyle. To take back control of your confidence and improve your health, read these top tips on how to stop gaining weight in 2019. Say Goodbye to Bad Habits Small mistakes can lead to significant health consequences, as they can each lead to unwanted weight gain.
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Are you snacking too much? Image Source Everyone’s guilty of having a few bad habits, but some are much worse than others! Take a look at this list to see if you’re doing any of these things, and then make sure you put a stop to them right away. Snacking We all love snacking, but we all hate what happens after it. We feel tired, sick, and then we see our bloated stomach in the mirror and wonder why on earth we just binged on loads of sweet treats. There’s nothing wrong with having a little treat here and there,
As you already know if you’ve visited my site lately, I’ve been using EveryPlate meal delivery service for 3 days a week. I will receive a complimentary meal plan weekly for review purposes, for an entire month, to give my honest opinion. I generally cook every single day, because I enjoy cooking, and I’m always trying to find healthy ways to create meals. Due to failed back surgery, I don’t enjoy shopping as much as I used to. Filling up my buggy, then taking everything out to check out, filling it back up to go to my vehicle, unloading it in my
One of the biggest myths in dietary education is that healthy eating is restrictive and full of deprivation. The word ‘diet’ makes people think of having to go hungry rather than enjoying the foods that they eat. The thing is, starving yourself in the name of good health is pretty much the opposite of healthy behaviour. Healthy eating is, in fact, about eating foods that are going to taste good, give you energy and make you feel good on the inside. There is no such thing as ‘bad’ food in the same way there is not ‘good’ food. There is