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8 Strategies to Receive Massive Weight Loss

Updated on September 25, 2016

Losing Weight can be quite challenging. Here are a few tips to jumpstart weight loss so you can take those pounds off quickly and develop a healthy lifestyle as well.

Plan Ahead of your Food Choices

One way to jumpstart weight loss is to keep your refrigerator and cabinets stacked with a supply of healthy food, fruits, vegetables, and you'll be less tempted to choose foods in calories and fat.

Always Eat Breakfast

It is the first meal of the day that jumpstart the metabolism for the rest of the day and burns those calories. If you did not have breakfast and you have lunch, lunch actually becomes fat because the metabolism is overloaded according to Henry Wright in his book, A More Excellent Way. The body will actually store fat because of the metabolism slowing down.

Make sure your breakfast is a healthy one that consist of fruit, whole grain cereal, eggs, fruit, oatmeal, whole wheat/whole grain toast and yogurt. Don't just eat anything you want for breakfast.

Burn Fat- You definitely want to shed off those fat. You can burn fat by doing simple exercises with dumbells, brisk walking, running, jogging, cardio workout or playing a sport. Exercise helps you burn fat and the calories off. You can also supplement with Lecithin Granules that breaks down fat from your body. Take a look at these great exercises that burns fat.

Take note of the fat in your diet, choose the good fats and lessen the bad fat. Good fats are found in olive oil, nuts, seeds, avocado and olives. Avoid fats found in rich dressings, mayonnaise, fried foods, cream, ice cream.

Reduce Your Appetite

Drink 6 to 8 glasses of filtered water daily to suppress your appetite Drink green tea or herbal tea after a meal. Don’t skip meals thinking you lose weight faster. This will only escalate hunger cravings.

Choose healthy snacks to hold off hunger- like celery and carrot sticks, fresh fruit, watermelon, low fat yogurt, granola, homemade unsalted popcorn, apples, fresh applesauce, oat bran muffins, etc. Don't let your snacks consist of excessively sweet pastries, pies, doughnuts and candy.

Join a Weightloss Program like Weight Watchers or Jenny Craig to get motivation, encouragement and helpful tips

Lose Weight with another Person- Get a buddy to exercise with and whom can keep you accountable with how you eat, what you eat and taking time to exercise.


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