Changing Old Habits
Changing the way one eats can often be the most difficult challenge when losing weight.
Many people have been eating the same way for years; not only are they emotionally attached to these foods, their bodies have also adapted making it even harder to change.
Many people over eat when they are stressed, bored or angry. And over time the association between food and emotion can be firmly fixed.
It takes will power and a strong commitment to break them.
The only way to start breaking these old poor habits is to take action and start replacing them with habits that will encourage a healthier lifestyle.
Educating yourself about healthy foods and exercise should be the first step. Such as to:
* download a calorie counter;
* start logging your diet;
* speak to a nutritionist or other health professional;
* search the internet for nutrition and fitness topics you find interesting;
* go to the store and buy a book about nutrition
* or watch videos about healthy eating.
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Another powerful way to change out of your old unhealthy ways is to surround yourself with people that are living the lifestyle that you need to be to achieve your weight loss goals.
Emotions are extremely contagious and if you are around people that are unmotivated, lazy, and always complaining about things then it won’t be long until you find yourself doing the same things.
If the current environment is holding you back then joining a gym, getting a personal trainer, or meeting with a health professional can get you out of your current environment and into one where the people around you can encourage a new and healthier lifestyle for you.
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