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Old January 7th, 2009, 09:46 AM posted to alt.support.diet.low-calorie
marie sheen
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Default Solutions for Weight Loss Failure YOU Need To Know About


Why is it that no matter what you try, fancy diets, expensive
supplements, you just can't seem to lose weight? Today I'm going to
tackle this question and hopefully provide you with some explanations
to why this is.
Perhaps the most common reason for failure is when a person starves
themselves for two weeks and loses weight, only to gain it all back.
This has been called yo-yo dieting or the weight loss roller coaster.
What you're doing is basically tricking your metabolism into helping
you lose weight, and it's not going to help you in the long run. The
answer to this problem isn't as harsh as you may think. Your goal
should be to eat 4 to 5 small, balanced meals a day. In our fast paced
culture, this can be hard, but you will reap large benefits. Lay off
the sugar and fats aim for a consistent daily calorie intake.
The second reason for weight loss failure, and we can all relate to
this one, is not enough exercise! If you don't exercise, you're not
going to lose weight, that's the hard truth. But the good news is that
daily exercise isn't as bad as you'd think. Again, what you're aiming
here for is consistency. Start out by exercising about 15 minutes a
day. You'll be surprised about how easy it is and it will become
almost second nature to you in no time. The best part is you don't
need expensive equipment, simple exercises like walking will show you
results.
Your own psychology can even work against you and lead to your
failure. Sometimes you'll have unrealistic expectations and beat
yourself up over it. Perhaps you start out strong and give up as soon
as you forge to exercise or give into temptation. Often you'll look
for immediate results and throw in the towel when you don't get them.
Whatever your personal problem may be, the important thing to do is to
throw out this emotional thinking and think positive. Whenever one of
these ugly thoughts rears its head, replace it with a realistic, yet
positive thought. Also important, when you're feeling low about not
meeting your goals, do not eat in order to feel better, this is a
common trap for those trying to lose weight.
A tough reason for weight loss failure to accept is our genetics. Some
people are just more geared towards weight gain than others. Don't see
this as something that can't be helped though. You may have to put in
some extra effort, and perhaps the best thing you can do is to see a
physician with experience in the weight loss field who can prescribe
for you a dietary and weight management program.
These are just a few of the obstacles that lead to weight loss failure
so be on the lookout for others. However, if you can keep yourself
exercising, eating healthy, and maintaining a positive attitude,
you're bound to only get results, but to get results that last.
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