In March I wrote a post that is by far my most read article: 50 small tips for losing weight.
I think its popularity shows that as our lives are so busy with work and our families we are all just looking for small things that we could do daily, to be a bit healthier and to lose weight in the long run.
So this is sort of part two as I thought it was time for a sequence 🙂 Here’s another 50 weight loss tricks:
Is your weight stuck at a certain number on the scale – or worse, slowly creeping up? You know that it’s time to make some changes but you don’t want to do anything really drastic. The good news is that you don’t have to.
A few weeks ago I wrote a post about 50 small tips for losing weight. That article turned out to be really popular so I decided to take the same theme a bit further and actually make some calculations on how you can change just one thing – and get great results.
Here’s a list of three things you can easily change in your life, and lose weight:
Sometimes it feels that weight loss is all about making huge changes and sacrifices but when you think about it’s actually about small things, tweaks, in the way that you eat, move and live your life.
Here are 50 small things that you can do every day to lose weight:
We’ve all heard about the benefits of the Mediterranean diet, right? But are you familiar with the advantages of the Nordic diet? Because it’s a real competitor. Here’s what it’s all about.
When you try to lose weight you get food cravings. Why? Because you have taught your body and your brain to a certain type of diet – a diet that has made you gain weight. When you try to change your diet your brain doesn’t seem to be very happy. You can almost hear it scream ”Hey, I don’t want this! I want all the ”good stuff” I had before”. Obviously, you know it wasn’t that good for your health. So it is inevitable, there will be cravings.
Now, I’ve written about this a little bit before: About how to get rid of sugar and also about healthy alternatives to sweet cravings. But what else can be done besides either getting rid of sugar or choosing a healthier alternative? What can you do about your cravings to stay sane when you try to lose weight?
I am. Well, I’m not one of those people who will only ever eat potatoes and Pizza Margherita, but when I compare myself to most people who eat pretty much anything then yep, I’m a picky eater.
In this post I will go through what it’s like being a picky eater and most importantly some tips on how to not be a picky eater for life.
Here we go:
Low glycemic diet… Most of us have heard about it but what is it all about? It sounds complicated but it’s not. And it makes a lot of sense.
I’ve just finished Whole30 (take a look at my Whole30 results), but I’ve been fascinated with glycemic index (GI) for a while now. It seems to me that whenever there’s new research on diets it seems that glycemic index is in one way or another behind most of the modern diets that are considered effective. If you are not familiar with this concept, then here’s a little guide for you, an ABC of GI.
I’m finally done with round 2 of Whole30!
I have mixed feeling about Whole30 round 2… I just feel so worn out. The last time I did Whole30 I was full of energy and felt like celebrating on Day 30 but now I just feel like: It’s over, it’s finally over!