There is no greater reason to diet than your personal health and well-being. Those of us who are overweight know better than most of the potential risks and consequences that may result from their weight. However, just like smokers, the risks don’t always seem completely dry until we reach our tipping point. Whether your eating habits are the result of a specific food addiction, an emotional need, or years of learned behavior and conditioning things, they will not change until you completely adjust your eating habits and lifestyle choices.
1. Stop changing your diet:
Dieting for many has become a lifestyle in itself, with people rapidly fluctuating or switching from one diet to another with little success and growing despair from the massive lack of results. The truth is that until you decide to forgive yourself for your failures and get back on the cart, so to speak, no diet will be successful. A simple diet won’t magically make your pounds disappear, and constantly denying yourself those things you enjoy may have a more harmful effect than a positive one.