5 Bogus Fat Loss Tips that Keep You From your Goals

There are a lot of weight loss companies in the business that try to push bogus fat loss methods in hopes of making money. These fad diets come with fat loss tips that are simply untrue and unhealthy. These different fat loss tips may actually keep people from reaching their weight loss goals.

Take a look at these five bogus tips that will keep you from your goals. If you understand why these goals are incorrect, you will be able to figure out the best way to approach your own weight loss goals to see health and success.

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Stop Eating

One of the most bogus tips that people throw around for weight loss is to Òstop eatingÓ. This advice could easily be classified as an eating disorder. You should realize that it is never healthy to drastically cut your calorie count. If you are attempting to eat less than 1000 calories a day, you are easily harming your body as you attempt to reach your goals.

Eat Three Meals a Day

Some people claim that if you eat three small meals a day, you will lose weight. Unfortunately, this perpetuates the same bad habits found by those who stop eating.

While it is important to eat small meals, it is also important to get enough food in your system every day. Instead, eat 5-7 small meals of healthy foods. You need the calories to be able to function and stay healthy.

Drink Diet Soda

When people try to cut out pop or soda from their diet, they often turn to diet pop. While this does help to remove sugar from your diet, it can cause you to gain weight. Recent studies have shown that the sugar substitutes in diet pop actually increase the appetite of those who consume it. Diet pop can actually cause you to be hungry.

You Can Lose Weight Without Exercise

There are multiple diets that claim to be a Òno-exerciseÓ diet. It is possible to lose weight just by diet changes alone. If you want to reach your weight loss goals, however, you need to add exercise into your daily routine.

Weight Loss Pills are the Key to Success

Weight loss pills are not silver bullets to weight loss. While they may help people to lose weight, they are by no means necessary or needed. These pills can be dangerous, and should be avoided if possible.

Many fail to realize that the bogus fat loss tips that they rely on could cause them to lose weight. Many of these weight loss tips are simply ways to attempt to get people to purchase a product.

Take the time to think about your weight loss approach. If these tips are in your approach, consider the right way to change your lifestyle to lose weight. If you can avoid all of these tips and replace them with healthy alternatives, you will be able to lose weight.

 

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Do We Teach Our Kids Bad Food Habits?

It’s 7:00 am, and you’re late for work. The kids are just now ready for school, and no one has had time to think about breakfast. Oh, well, they’re not hungry anyway, and neither are you. We’ll just skip breakfast. You instruct them to eat good at lunch when they’re at school, and everybody’s off.
Lunchtime arrives and you’re just not that hungry. Maybe a quick snack bar, a diet soda, and back to work. Do you ever wonder what your kids are eating for lunch? Have they come to the same conclusion?

Alright, time to prepare dinner, and time is short. You have three places to be in order to get everybody to practice, pickup the cleaning, and then on home. On the way to the cleaners you realize dinner is going to be a lite one if you fix what you have at home. Where to stop? How about pizza and soda? Or maybe the kids would like burgers and fries. While you try to decide what to provide for dinner, the kids have finished practice and they’re starving. The gym has a food dispenser for snacks and sodas, and so they load up on candy bars and coke.

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It’s 6:45 pm and you’ve made the last stop on the child pickup train. Everybody’s loaded up and ready to go home. You’ve decided to stop for pizza, already called your order in, and it’s ready when you stop by.

Is this your typical day? If so, you’re among the vast majority of Americans. We all spend our days in a constant rush, with very little thought given to our nutritional needs, and much given to the convenience of what we eat. But do you realize in short-cutting your meal needs, you’re teaching your children that same habit?

We all read the articles about proper nutrition and our health, and we make the association between eating right and living longer, more healthful lives. But we don’t practice what we read. We certainly don’t ever stop to think about how much of our day is spent without any nutritional input at all.
Our children grow into adults, and we wonder why they look a little pale, or less than robust and healthy. They live in a world filled with stress, no exercise, and unhealthy eating habits. What do we really expect?

It’s our responsibility to take the time and while we teach our children good morals, good work ethics, and the values of family, to also teach them the importance of taking care of themselves. What good really are all the other values we try to instill if we teach them bad habits in taking care of themselves? What kind of quality do their lives have if they aren’t healthy and able to enjoy life?
So, as you rush home you make a mental note to improve your menu choices, tomorrow. You’ll take more time in preparing the meals they eat, and the food choices you put before them.

Teach them to look for nutritional value while seeking out convenience.

 

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