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Month: January 2017


Top 5 Tips To Make Weight Loss Sustainable

25 January 2017

The first month of 2017 is nearing its end. Have you been able to keep up with your new year's resolutions? By this time, you may have come to realise that losing weight is easier said than done. You probably started this weight loss journey by seeking the latest diet tips and tricks. With the countless health hacks and nutrition information spreading throughout the internet and social media nowadays, knowing how to efficiently lose weight seems like a walk in the park. However, despite the widespread and accessible health and nutrition knowledge, many are still surprised over the bumps and hurdles they encounter in their road to a fit and fabulous body. The realities of losing weight is undeniable. Being aware of the arising challenges that can help you achieve your dream body sooner. Here are 5 tips to make your weight loss sustainable. Unrealistic fad diets won't do the trick. Successful and sustainable weight loss will take a while. Forget about the crazy fad diets that promise results in 2 weeks. Losing weight by drastically cutting back on calories and eliminating certain food groups will only work in the beginning. Being healthy is a lifelong commitment that should be...

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Why New Year’s Weight Loss Resolution Never Last?

18 January 2017

As the start of the year begins, many make a list of goals they want to achieve. Losing weight and becoming healthier is always on the top of the list. Despite their intentions to improve their health and to tone their bodies, many still fail to keep their new year’s resolution. According to a survey, 66% of people who prioritise weight loss for the new year break their goals within just one month. Why is losing weight the hardest new year goal to achieve? Listed are the top 10 reasons why this new year’s resolution fail every single year. There is a goal but no plan. Setting goals is easier said than done. Without the proper preparation and execution, achieving your goals will be much more challenging. This is especially true when it comes to weight loss. Making vague and unrealistic goals Many people break their goals simply because they aren’t precise and realistic. Defining what you want and whether or not it is achievable is something many people take for granted. A goal should be simple, measurable, attainable, realistic and time-bound. Lacking motivation Telling yourself that you want to lose weight is easy to say, but committing is hard....

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