You’ve probably thought about your exercise and diet when it comes to losing weight, but have you thought about the psychological side of your goals?
It’s that time of year again… One of the only days of the year where it’s socially acceptable to eat chocolate first thing in the morning!
One simple and highly effective trick can help you lose weight that you probably haven’t tried….
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New Year’s may mean a lot of things to a lot of different people, but to most it means a fresh start. A chance to tackle that thing they’ve been putting off, or perhaps take a step in another direction altogether. These ideas often come in the form of New Year’s Resolutions.
Christmas time! Arguably the best time of year. Sun, sand, BBQs in the park, fun with family and friends, and it goes without saying… all of the incredible meals.
As a dietitian, I often have people asking me how they can get motivated to lose weight. The simple answer is, it’s not something that can be packaged up and handed to you on a silver platter. Everyone has different motivations when it comes to weight, health, fitness and nutrition.
So you’ve got your exercise program and diet sorted, the weight should just drop off now… right?
Starting out on your health journey can be a little daunting, and people certainly experience information overload with access to so much conflicting diet information online (with most of it not being helpful, or even correct).