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Top 7 Weight Loss Tips for 2013

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If you have “Getting Healthy” on your 2013 to-do list but missed Weight Loss Week, here’s a wrap up of my seven tips for easier weight loss. Losing weight will never be truly easy, but it can be a less stressful and more pleasurable process if you approach it wisely. Below are practical tips that allow you to slowly cut calories and develop healthy habits. These really do work.

  1. Buy a few fresh veggies veggies at least once a week, then wash and chop them right when you get home from the store. More details and why this works…
  2. Measure out what you add to your coffee or tea. More details…
  3. Whenever you make a healthy dinner, freeze one or two portions for later. More details…
  4. Don’t eat food you don’t like. More details…
  5. Avoid “light,” sugar-free, and reduced-sugar products. More details…
  6. Eat no more than one carb-heavy meal per day. More details…
  7. Find a community. More details…

Want more help than this? Or need a community to stay accountable to? Join my Lose the Baby Weight online class!

4 Comments

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    Tony Rovere
    January 17, 2013 at 10:00 am

    I have also felt that one of the simplest weight loss ideas was “Don’t drink your calories”. By switching to water and green tea you could save hundreds of calories a day…and that adds up to pounds at the end of the month, just by drinking the right liquids.

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      Amelia
      January 17, 2013 at 4:57 pm

      This is definitely a great piece of advice, Tony. Pounds can almost melt away for people who have been drinking even 1 or 2 caloric beverages everyday!

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        Tony Rovere
        January 17, 2013 at 7:11 pm

        Its pretty simple when you think about it. 2 cans of soda are about 300 calories. Over the course of the month that’s almost 10,000 calories! And that equals 3 pounds of fat.

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          Amelia
          January 18, 2013 at 8:48 am

          Yup! And since beverage calories almost never provide the beneficial nutrients that whole foods do, it’s the perfect place to cut. Thanks for your thoughts, Tony.

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