#5. Weigh Yourself Sensibly
Weigh yourself no more than once a week and ideally once a month for maintenance. Frequent weighing invites obsession and discourages big-picture thinking. Weighing sensibly, however, is a good monitoring strategy that can allow early intervention of weight gain.
#4. Eat for Health
Before you eat something, ask yourself how much good it will do in your body and how you will feel afterwards. Eating for pure indulgence is okay on occasion, but everyday eating must support your health and well-being for you to be at your best. You deserve to feel good.
#3. Get Rid of Guilt
Feeling guilty is appropriate after committing a crime, but eating a piece of chocolate or packet of crisps doesn’t qualify. Eating delicious food is not illegal or immoral.
#2. Eat Smart
You have come to fitsmag.com, which is a fantastic step toward being more informed about the food you eat. If you focus on eating a balanced and nutritious diet with lots of vegetables, wholegrains and legumes, you will automatically eat less kilojoules.
#1. Move Your Body
You were designed to move, so do whatever you can every day. Do it because it makes you feel good and because it is an important way to take care of yourself.