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3 Diet Mistakes to Avoid
copyright 2006 by Greg Landry, M.S.





A lot of people who start a workout regimen tend to slack off a little once they notice a few pounds dropping. They start to feel better about themselves and they start thinking that a little snack here and there won’t make a difference. However, getting off track with your diet even once can surely impact your weight. When we break up our healthy diet with calorie laden snacks every now and then, we undergo what is called the yo-yo diet. Not only does our food selection yo-yo between healthy and not healthy, but our weight yo-yo’s as well. So what are some of the diet mistakes which we should avoid in order to keep our diet stable?

First of all, you should never skip breakfast. Skipping breakfast will leave you without food for way too many hours and will lead to uncontrollable hunger. During this situation you are more likely to overeat, or even worse, dig into your co-workers candy stash. To avoid this problem, simply eat breakfast and follow up with 3 more small meals throughout the rest of the day. Another diet mistake to avoid is fast food. Let’s say you didn’t have time to pack your lunch one day and it just so happens that there is a fast food joint just around the corner. Where are you going to eat? Yes that’s right, and the truth is, if you do it once you will most likely do it again. Not only was it convenient but it also gave you a few extra minutes in the morning. To avoid this problem, be sure to pack your lunch even the night before.

The third diet mistake people make is overindulging on low-fat foods. Just because it’s low fat it does not mean that we can eat as much as we want. If you eat three serving of something that is low fat, you might just be getting the same amount of calories, if not more, than if you were eating a non diet product. These are just a few tips to keep in mind when dieting.




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