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- Weight loss can be a minefield with a host of different strategies to choose
- Nutritionist Rob Hobson reveals his 20-step plan to shedding pounds
- Start a food diary, eat eggs for breakfast and start with small changes
- Be wary of alcohol, devise a strategy for socialising and be realistic
It is a goal most of us strive for – to lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle.
Weight loss can be a minefield, and only you as an individual know when you’re in the right frame of mind to commit to shifting the pounds.
Everyone is different and there are lots of ways that people have successfully lost weight.
Leaving very extreme methods out of the picture, there is no right or wrong way to go about it and the most effective diet is one you can stick too.
Weight loss can be a minefield, with a host of different diet plans making the process all the more daunting. Here, Healthista nutritionist Rob Hobson reveals the 20 simple things you can do to shed pounds
Whether you chose a diet that’s low in fat, high in protein or low in carbohydrate, the bottom line is about trying to reduce your calorie intake and avoid feeling hungry.
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The low-fat versus low-carbohydrate debate for losing weight causes much controversy.
While cutting down on carbohydrates seems to get quicker results, as the body turns to fat for energy both diets can still result in significant weight losses.
If you’ve struggled to lose weight in the past then a dietitian, registered nutritionist or weight loss group can provide help and support.
Here, writing for Healthista, I reveal my top 20 weight loss tips:
Keep a food diary
Dietitians and registered nutritionists can help here or you can use an app to work out your daily calorie intake.
This only works if you’re completely honest with yourself.
Most people change their eating habits or underestimate their food intake when keeping a food diary, which can render the exercise a complete waste of time.
If you really want to see what you’re eating, then record everything on a typical day, better still, try keeping a few days and include one at the weekend as we eat differently during the week.
Everything counts, even the odd nibble at your kids plates, biscuit at work or spoonfuls of tasting whilst cooking.
Seeing everything written down can identify where the extra calories are coming from and help you to make the necessary changes to your diet. Read full article…