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Eat smaller portion sizes, check out the labels to help with that. Wear a pedometer if you can and don't miss out on to much sleep. Walk and pick any workout program you wish there are a ton of them available. Lanea
Eat 8 meals a day, no joke. Small meals though . . . and exercise regularly.
Eat plenty of unprocessed, unrefined foods and drink lots of water. Steer clear of sugar and saturated fats. Don't think of it as a diet - you should concentrate on only putting only good wholesome foods into your body so it can be as healthy as possible. Also keep active by doing enjoyable 'exercise' such as gardening, walking the dog, dancing - whatever makes you feel happy!
If you aren't focusing on food, I'd say let the exercise speak for itself. Define 'fit'. Some people think muscle bound is fit, in which case hit the weights. If by fit you mean cardiovascular, go for runs, or play a sport, it comes down to what you want, but sooner or later diet will come into play to get any further.
Follow your hunger, real hunger and not gluttony, avoid junk food and have a healthy and active life: for example climbing stairs instead of taking the elevator (unless you go to the 30 th floor!)
First you must define what you mean by "diet" because any controlled or disciplined consumption of food can be labeled as a diet..
Next you must define what you mean by "fit"... What are you using to measure how "fit" you are"...
Generic examples of staying "fit", while not being on a "serious diet", involves healthy food choices, a healthy range for caloric intake, 5-6 small meals, a healthy ratio of Fat-to-Carbs-to Protein, little to no alchol,drugs,fast food,processed foods, etc., consistent exercise including both aerobic and anaerobic, limit your stress, think positive.... And so forth....
exercice, eat every 2-3 hours, eat veggies and fruit do not eat carbs at night and stay away from trans fat.
IF you are not on a diet you must remember not to cheat on your diet. Read this hub "Diet Cheaters - Cheating on your diet to loose weight ?" at http://hubpages.com/t/20b116 it will explain you what you should not do when u r not on a diet.
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