Wow! There are MAGIC pills out there that will burn up body fat while you are SLEEPING! You can eat all you want of whatever you want, take a pill, go to sleep, and the fat all gets burned up. Is THAT amazing or what? Amazing, yes; true, not so much.
The world has been waiting for the magic pills that could be taken once daily that would cause us to be able to eat the entire chocolate cake and a gallon of ice cream without gaining a single pound. Maybe someday, somebody will invent such a wonderful little pill; but so far, it does not exist.
A magical fat-burning diet pill or tablet, capsule whatever doesn’t really exist, but that doesn’t stop advertisers from trying to convince you that it does and charging you dearly to find out that they lied to you. There is no such thing as a free lunch, with everything in life your going to have to do some sort of effort yourself eg: exercising, swimming etc as well as a diet solution recipe to get off.
I reiterate again there is only one thing that really produces no pill that can do the trick for you.; eating fewer calories than you burn. And there are only two ways to achieve that goal; eat less, and exercise more. It isn’t painless, but it is rewarding, and it WILL make you look better and feel better about yourself. Sadly, there is
There are lots of diet pills out there. Many of them promise to suppress your appetite and give you more energy at the same time. And, I must admit that there are pills that can do just that. I also must warn you that the drugs that are in these appetite-suppressing pills can actually do you more harm than good. The pills themselves don’t cause . Eating less and exercising more causes fat loss, and those appetite-suppressant pills will only make you fidgety and nervous. They will not CAUSE you to lose one pound.
We are all eagerly awaiting the discovery the magic pills that will allow us to eat all we want without gaining a single ounce. Maybe someday; for now, it’s diet and exercise. let’s have a look at a diet with some minor exercise to help in you’re weight loss..
Weight Loss Tips
As l was once an overweight person, that lost in excess of (60 pounds) and have managed to keep it off for well over 8 years or so now, I feel confident enough to provide you with some weight loss tips. I can tell you now l didn’t go on one of those weird liquid diets. I didn’t even join a weight loss program or have any food delivered to my door. I also didn’t take the easier way out either by having my stomach stapled or any liposuction. I’m too broke to hire a personal trainer. None of the above , I was on my own but I did succeed!
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Here is how I did it:
1. Weigh yourself once each week at the same time of day. Do NOT weigh any more often than once a week, and if you stand the suspense, two-week intervals would be better. (Success breeds success! If you lost two pounds without going hungry this week, you gain the confidence and believe that you can lose two more pounds next week.)
2. Buy yourself a good calorie-counting book, or find a place on the Internet where portion sizes and caloric contents for all kinds of food is listed including fast food.
3. Keep a journal! This is possibly the most important tip of all. If you don’t know where you’ve been, you won’t know where you are going. Plan your meals in advance and then list what you actually ate, when you ate it, why you ate it, and how eating made you feel. (When you know yourself, you can control yourself.)
4. Embark on a reasonable exercise program. “Reasonable” is the key word. If you can walk 15 minutes every day, that’s great. If you walk longer, further, and faster, that’s even better. But you do have to actually DO it.
5. Set goals! Goals come in two varieties long term and short term. A long-term weight goal is the total number of pounds you want to lose buy a given date (you must be reasonable). A short-term goal is the goal you set for yourself each week. A long-term goal might be “lose 30 pounds in 5 months.” A short-term goal is “lose one pound this week.” As long as you keep meeting your short-term goals, you will make your long-term goal!