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I want to make a diet and lose some pounds. What diet should I do?


Posted by Kevin L.

Which one is best for guys or just in general
 
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A smart diet can always start by changing your eating habbits, a little trick is to get a small note pad that you can carry in your pocket and write down everything that you eat and drink that entire morning, day, and night. Do this for about 2 weeks, and then take a look at how much you are eating, and how healthy or un-healthy it really is for you.

Next your going to start substituting some of the foods, so if your eating fast food twice a week you can now try and cut it down to once or twice a week, or if your drinking a lot of pop then you can now substitute that for water or juice, or even diet pop.

Dont try and make all these big changes at once because it is way to hard, but after a few weeks of changing your diet I know you will see results. But keep writing down your foods and see if you can keep it up. 

Next step: hit the gym :P  Good luck

Diets don't work long term:  95-98% of people who diet and lose weight, regain it and 90% regain more than they originally lost. I'm an expert on the psychology of eating and have treated eating and weight problems for 30 years. My advice is to learn the skills of "normal" eating, exercise, reconnect to appetite signals, get support and professional help, resolve underlying emotional issues which drive unwanted eating, and make your relationship with food positive. This is a lot of work and is not a quick fix. But it is a life-long fix to attaining and maintaining a healthy weight.  Visit my website at
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