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Five of the Worst Diet Tips for People Wanting to Lose Weight

Nothing drives me crazier than seeing and hearing people be misinformed when it comes to nutrition. In fact, it is dangerous that so many of us have been fed diet tips that are categorically wrong, have no context and are often purely designed to sell a rubbish product. I hate the word diet as it is synonymous with a short term solution and something that is never sustainable. if you want it to work long term, it needs to involve real food and it needs to be something you can maintain forever. We all need to stop looking for a quick fix or magic bullet that simply does not exist. With this in mind, here are 5 pieces of diet advice I constantly see, hear and read that are absolute garbage. Carbs are the enemy Carbs get a pretty bad rap when it comes to weight loss , especially when diets like keto really grew in popularity. You don’t need to cut carbs out altogether if you want to lose weight and in fact, I highly recommend that you don’t. Carbs are a macronutrient that give us energy,

How to Lose Weight Fast: 10 Safe Strategies for Weight Loss That REALLY work.

If you’re trying to lose weight fast, it can be easy to get caught up with fad diet or other 'quick fixes' that promise a flat stomach in days. That's especially true if you are stuck at home on lockdown, and scoffing barbecue in your newly acquired hot tub. Sure, you can now exercise outdoors as much as you like, but you’re still likely to be moving less and eating more, especially if you are usually a gym goer, and haven’t been able to acquire home gym equipment to tide you over. Don't worry; there are ways to lose weight – and lose belly fat – that are tried and trusted. It might not be the easy and quick weight loss of your dreams, but it's very doable. We have nothing against the keto diet, for instance, but a lot of people will find it is difficult to fit into their lifestyle. We've tried to keep these diet, workout and weight-loss tips as simple as possible so you can get fit and in shape, in 2020. **The Custom Keto Diet: A "Done For You" Meal P

How to Avoid Weight Gain at Home: 7 Tips and Essential Equipment for Home Weight Loss?

Want to know how to avoid weight gain at home? No surprises there. Recently, this has been a big deal for a lot of us. Months into lockdown, and a lack of daily activity, no access to the gym - unless you managed to scramble some home gym equipment together - and a wholly understandable urge to comfort eat are a dangerous combo, waistline-wise. But it’s possible to avoid weight gain in isolation. Managing your weight is beneficial for both your physical and mental wellbeing. With a few simple tricks and lifestyle adjustments, you can make sure the pounds stay off and who knows, you might even shed a few kilos in the process. The fact is, the best way to lose weight fast is to pay close attention to your diet. Not surprisingly, the best way to get a six pack is to eat right (and, to some degree, to work out). And make sure you avoid these 5 types of food too if you don't want to gain weight. The tips below can be used on their own or you can even combine them as you see fit. Very im

Keto and Lifting Were the Only Things That Helped Me Lose 130 Pounds After Trying Weight Loss Pills

photo credit: From Prevention (Sandra Ross) My name is Sandra Ross (@ketokonduct), and I am 37 years old. I live in South Jordan, Utah, and work as a personal trainer. After reaching over 300 pounds and yo-yo dieting without success, I went keto, started weight lifting, and was able to lose 130 pounds. My struggles with my weight began when I was 9 years old. I started gaining weight, and my dad put me on my first true diet, Slim Fast. Being so young, I developed a bad relationship with food. Food was viewed as “bad,” and all the diets just perpetuated my issues with food and weight. This pattern continued through my life into my late 20s as I yo-yo dieted to try to find a balance. When I was tipping the scales at over 300 pounds, social anxiety started to play a huge role in my poor relationship with food. I felt uncomfortable eating in public because I worried people would judge me for whatever I put in my mouth. So, I became a recluse and didn’t want to leave my house. I lost friend