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Weight Loss Tips that Actually Work

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Weight Loss Tips that Actually Work
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Lose weight. It's one of the best things you can do for your health.

Instead of trying the latest fad diet, use the tips in this video to lose weight in a way that makes it more likely you can keep it off for good.

  1. Plan and Prep Meals. Have healthy food ready to eat when hunger strikes.
  2. Eat Slowly and Mindfully. Savor every bite. Give your body time to tell you it's full.
  3. Don't Skip Meals. If you get too hungry, you'll eat too much.
  4. Stay Hydrated. Sometimes you think you're hungry when you're really just thirsty.
  5. Don't Skimp on Flavor. Season healthy foods so they don't taste bland or boring.

Remember that slow and steady wins the race. Instead of making drastic changes to your diet, consider making small tweaks that encourage you to eat healthier so you're more likely to lose weight naturally. By slowly changing one habit at a time, you'll be more likely to keep off any weight you lose because you'll change your relationship with food.

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Date Last Reviewed: November 11, 2022

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