We need to understand that weight loss is a long term plan. Changing habits and eating better. Yes, we can use few tools that will help us to make things easier than just "eating less calories than you spend"
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📍THE SIX HABITS OF SUCCESSFUL DIETERS 📍 @cartergood
If you think about it, the sciency mumbo-jumbo behind losing fat is pretty straight forward. Structure your diet and exercise in a way that creates a consistent calorie deficit and BOOM! Weight Loss.
However, there’s a whale 🐳 of a difference between *knowing* how to lose weight and actually putting knowledge into practice... And that's where most folks screw up big time.
Most people know the truth about losing weight.
They know they need to eat fewer calories.
They know they need to eat more whole foods.
They know they need to exercise more.
Problem is, none of those things are sexy or exciting…
You know what is, though? A “motha-flippin 28-Day Juice Fast!”
OOOO, or the “60-Day Low-Carb, Low-Fat, Gluten-Free Apple Cider Vinegar Chugging Fast!”
(… okay, might have made that one up 😉)
But you get the point. When folks get motivated to lose weight, they want results NOW, which often leads to making unrealistic and unsustainable changes to their diet & exercise plan that ultimately fail them...
✅ The Successful Dieter is different.
The successful dieter knows it’s not about speed or going to the extremes. Rather, it’s about having patience and creating habits that last forever. Sure, they’re still focused on getting short-term results, but never at the expense of their long-term success.
There are lots of great habits to develop, but these six are by far some of the best. Reason being, they’re easy to implement and make dieting simpler. And if there’s one thing I know to be true for losing weight, the simpler you can make your diet and exercise plan, the more likely you are to be successful in the long run 💪💥