Okay. Maybe I did exaggerate the title of this topic if taken in a literal sense. But asides from that, there are many people who tirelessly work and are so busy to address their weight challenges. They might reason that “hey, my work is my exercise and I’m burning all the pounds I can get!” But chances are, you’re not. Work in a way involves a varying amount of stress and when you’re stressed at any level, you’re not losing weight – the healthy way. I strongly recommend you find the time to get into a dieting or fitness program. But for now, here are 2 last minute weight loss tips that can give you that head start.
1. Shop on a full stomach. – particularly when you’re in the grocery area, or in a section in the mall that you “coincidentally” find yourself with lots of tempting treats left and right.
The reality is, even if you have and lawfully stick to your shopping list, but you didn’t have a meal before you left, these foods that normally wouldn’t appeal to you will become entirely hard to resist. Ergo the common excuse, “But I’m hungry, and when you’re hungry you got to eat!” Has this happened to you on numerous occasions? Making that simple adjustment on this last minute weight loss tip can spell a big difference.
2. Decide what to order before entering any restaurant. – By experience, if you’re a busy individual seeking to shed some pounds, the first few minutes in a restaurant are often troublesome.
And who wouldn’t be, as you get bombarded by the smells backed up by the visual images of food on the walls and from those being eaten by customers near to you. You wait a little bit longer, and when the menu comes – everything listed just seems irresistible. To get the most out of this last minute weight loss tip, make it a habit to determine what you are going to order several hours before your arrive at your food destination, and more importantly, have a backup item in mind just in case your first choice is not available.