Small Weight Loss Tips = Big Difference
When I decided to eat healthier, I started with small dietary adjustments: I switched to oatmeal from a bottomless bowl of cereal, soda to more water and said no thank you to the bread basket at restaurants.
It would have been unrealistic for me to completely change what and how I ate overnight; it would have only resulted in getting myself frustrated and reaching for a Snickers.
Diets in general are short-term, it's about slowly incorporating healthy changes into your everyday routine that reap long-term benefits. Small changes set you up for success, these slight dietary tweaks turn into habits and BOOM you're a Healthy Helen without realizing it. Go you!
One pound of fat is 3,500 calories, so all you need to do is subtract a few calories from your caloric intake every day. There's so magic pill or fancy drink, just make small and healthy choices. And look below, never say Ughhhh I only lost one pound, again! That my dear is one pound and a huge accomplishment!
I just read a great article in Shape Magazine that provides some simple tips and everyday food swaps to get you started, you can do this!: