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How to Maintain your Ideal Weight
copyright 2006 by Greg Landry, M.S.

 

 

 

 

Losing weight is a long and steady process. It takes patience, time, and motivation. Once you reach your desired weight you feel like you have accomplished something of great value. I personally think that anyone who manages to reach their desired weight by improving their lifestyle should be praised. It is a struggle that many people give up on. For the select few who are successful, it is often very important to maintain their ideal weight. Here are a few tips on how to do just that:

Once you have reached your ideal weight, be sure to upkeep with your workout regimen. Exercise at least 30 to 60 minutes each day. You should also eat 3 healthy meals each day, starting with a nutrient rich breakfast. You should also be sure to include five servings of fruit and vegetables into your daily diet. The fiber in fruit has a way of providing you with energy and sustaining your hunger for hours. Also, don’t be afraid to weigh yourself regularly. It is better to find out that you gained a couple pounds while it is still easy to fix the problem.

You should also try to avoid keeping comfort foods at home. If you don’t have any unhealthy snacks, you will be less likely to munch on them. And as far as your meals go, be certain that you eat the healthy foods first; doing this will prevent you from overindulging on the less healthy alternatives. You should also pay close attention to portion control. Managing the amount of food you eat is extremely easy and it will go a long way in sustaining your desired weight. And last but not least, reward yourself for a job well done. For every two weeks that you maintain your desired weight you should reward yourself with something other than food, such as a new blouse or an outing with friends. Losing unwanted weight is difficult, but maintaining your desired weight can be easier.

 

 

 

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