The 5 Rules for sustainable weight loss

7 June 2016

Have you lost weight before and then regained the weight in a matter of weights/ months or even years? You could have even gained more then you lost...

I see it happening again and again, so today I’m sharing with you the 5 rules you MUST follow for sustainable weight loss, and sharing with you 2x FREE Beachfit Meal plans to help you stop deprivation and learn to nourish yourself - there worth $330, so make sure you get them below!

 It’s a lifestyle change.

1 – Realize that it’s a lifestyle change and not a change for a certain amount of time. If you have found that you’ve become overweight it’s because something wasn’t working for you.

 You changed your lifestyle to lose weight, but if you go back to what you were doing before when you were overweight, your going to end up exactly in the same place, or worse.

Commit to an exercise program.

2 – Keep moving. Once you’ve lost weight it isn’t the time to stop moving, and sit on the couch. It's time to keep going and set new goals, to keep challenging yourself. Find some exercises you enjoy, join a group-training program and/or find yourself an accountability partner to keep yourself on track.

Vary your meal plan. Get creative!

3 – Get creative. If your eating the same meals day in and day out, your going to get bored, and want to eat everything in sight. Buy a new cookbook, find a new blog and try and make a new (Healthy) recipe every week.

Eat well 80% of the time and you can afford a treat occasionally.

4 – Don’t be scared of food. Sometimes when you lose weight, you can be terrified of treating yourself to the type of foods that got you to the place when you needed to lose weight. Instead of looking at food as good or bad, look at food as I can eat lots of that and only eat those foods occasionally. If your eating well 80% of the time you can afford to have a treat occasionally, oh and make sure you take the time to enjoy it.

Review, and replan.

5 – Keep a food diary every few weeks. Keeping a food diary is a great way to check in with yourself occasionally and make sure your not falling back into any bad habits. I recommend keeping a 3 day food diary every few weeks, and reviewing it, and also keeping track of your emotional state when your eating - you might see some sneaky patterns there!

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