While working out is certainly not the newest advice on the market it has worked consistently for years. Due to a heavy schedule we can find that our opportunities to visit the gym or to start exercising are limited. Work and family commitments take up a lot of our time and finding a space in the day to spend even half an hour working out can be a challenge.
It can often be surprisingly aware of what we put in our mouths! Keeping a food diary can be a great way to become more aware of what you eat. In your food diary, you need to store each item of food you eat, including all snacks. This food diary will be beneficial for at least two reasons. Once you record everything you eat for several weeks, you will be able to see all the entries and make a much better idea of how your action plan in terms of average daily intake of calories, the amount of proteins, carbohydrates and fats consumed daily, etc. Another reason to keep a food diary is that many people find that the record of everything they eat have the unintended consequence of making them eat less and more healthy food choices. With a healthy diet, regular exercise is an essential part of any weight loss program.
But if you are going to do something it makes sense to do it right, right? Short burst of activity beat long bouts of exercise hands down when it comes to losing weight. As for food, sugar is the bad boy of the party. But most importantly, what is your attitude to weight loss? This factor controls all other things.