Published Jan 20, 2004
The hardest part about maintaining and losing weight is mindless eating. We all do it and next time you feel like devouring that doughnut, ask yourself "Do I really need this?" Write this phrase on your hand and next time a box of Krispy cremes looks you in the eye, you'll be armed with will power.
I used to have trouble losing weight, really, and the thing that really helped me overcome a plateau was cutting bread, sugar and all refined carbs. Not eating after 5 p.m. is anothr really good tip! That hunger you feel is actually your body utilizing fat stores and carbs! So imagine going lo carb, like 50 grams a day which is a two slices of wheat bread for a sandwhich you have for lunch a day...and not eating after 5, combine that with walking or a form of excersice and you will drop the weight.
Hope this helps...I would love to help with any questions.....
Heck, I don't get home until after 5!
I usually don't eat after 8. Or else 2-3 hours before bed.
What helps me is that I brush & floss my teeth after I'm done eating & that prevents me from wanting to eat anything more.
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