5 Things You Need to STOP DOING to Lose Weight

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Many of us want to lose weight. But weight loss shouldn’t be led by body image. It should only EVER be about LOVING your body.

Excess fat tissue damages our health in countless ways. It knocks hormones out of balance and puts us in a constant state of stress and inflammation.

At the same time, weight loss advice can be confusing. Is intermittent fasting the only way? Or high-impact exercise? What about calorie restriction or the glycemic index?

Too many sources tell you what to do to lose weight.

How about what NOT to do?

Today, we’re looking at weight loss from a different perspective. The reason different diets exist is because there’s some truth in ALL of them.

What’s more useful is discovering what STOPS weight loss.

That way, you can adjust ANY diet plan to suit your new-found knowledge. And you WILL achieve your goal!

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🔎 Today we’re going to be revealing 5 Things You Need to STOP DOING to Lose Weight!

Stop Grazing
Does your daily eating pattern look good on paper? Or do you eat meals and snacks and an extra something in between?

Stop Stressing
Stress is only partly to do with the mind.

When stress becomes chronic, it affects the entire body.

Stop Focusing on One Food
We all know about superfoods. These should DEFINITELY be part of your daily diet.

It’s tempting to pick out 1 or 2 favorites. But your body needs more than blueberries and live yogurt.

No food, no matter how healthy, should be lonely!

Stop Big Portions
Portion size is essential when you want to lose weight.

Too small or too large … both slow down weight loss.

Stop Counting Calories!
It’s hard to let go of calorie counting.

But when we eat the right amount of the right foods at the right time, we don’t need to stress about it!


Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for a qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information.

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