If you’re trying to lose weight, you’re probably eating more vegetables, cutting down sugar and drinking more water. But at some point the weight comes back, it feels like you’ve hit a wall.
Weight loss is a journey that looks a lot like a bumpy ride, and every woman who loses weight and keeps it off has to overcome challenges that are not often talked about.
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1) The path to a slimmer you is not a straight line
Even if you do everything right and stay on track, weight loss is not linear, which means you will lose weight, gain some weight back, and this may happen several times until you reach your goal. Your weight will fluctuate within the same month because during their cycle, women retain water. Research says that serotonin levels are lower before menstruation, which means women are more prone to overeating and food cravings. Your weight will also fluctuate over time because via hormones and other mechanisms, our body protects us against weight loss more than it protects us against weight gain. This is why you will usually hit weight loss plateaus and feel as if you are no longer making progress.
2) You may face defeating setbacks during your weight loss journey
Weight loss is not as simple as eating less and exercising more. You may experience some emotionally and psychologically defeating blows. Every time this happens, know that you are not broken and don’t have to feel bad about yourself. Don’t feel guilty about gaining a few pounds back or reaching out to food when life gets rough. Read full article…
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