Mindful way to achieve weight loss goal and never get distracted ..

1. Mindful Goals:
Fitting into jeans from high school or looking better in a swimsuit are popular reasons why people want to lose weight.

However, it’s much more meaningful to truly understand why you want to lose weight and the ways that weight loss may positively affect your life. Having these goals in mind may help you stick to your plan.

Being able to play tag with your children or having the stamina to dance all night at a loved one’s wedding are examples of goals that can keep you committed to a positive change.

2. Mindful Eating:

Rushing through meals or eating on the go may lead you to consume too much, too quickly.

Instead, be mindful of your food, focusing on how each bite tastes. It may lead you to be more aware of when you are full, decreasing your chances of overeating

Focusing on eating slowly and enjoying your meal, even if you have limited time, is a great way to reduce overeating.

3. Mindful Snacking:

Snacking on unhealthy foods can cause weight gain.

An easy way to help shed weight or maintain a healthy weight is to make an effort to have healthy snacks available at home, in your car and at your place of work.

For example, stocking pre-portioned servings of mixed nuts in your car or having cut-up veggies ready in your fridge can help you stay on track when a craving strikes.

4. Mindful Workout:

Do not choose a workout based solely on the results you think you’ll get from it.

It’s important to find activities that you look forward to doing and that make you happy. That way you are more likely to stick with them.

5. Mindful Company:

Studies show that people who slim down with a friend are more likely to stick with weight loss and exercise programs. They also tend to lose more weight than those who go it alone.
Plus, having a friend or family member with the same health and wellness goals can help you stay motivated while having fun at the same time.

6. Mindful Restrictions:

Telling yourself that you will never have your favorite foods again is not only unrealistic, but it may also set you up for failure.
Depriving yourself will only make you want the forbidden food more and may cause you to binge when you finally cave in.
Making room for everything here and there will teach you self-control and keep you from feeling resentful of your new, healthy lifestyle.
Being able to enjoy a small portion of a homemade dessert or eating your favorite holiday dish is part of having a healthy relationship with food.

Bottom line:
There is no single thumb rule for weight loss. It’s always combination of things thought in right direction and worked in right way.

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