How This Single Mom Lose 17 Pounds
In Just 2 Weeks With These Simple Tricks
You’re 15, 25, 30 or more pounds overweight
and you’ve tried many different ways to get skinny, on and off, for years. You’ve lost some weight and then put it back on and more and you’ve never reached your ideal weight. And you know why? The straight truth is — what you’ve been doing just doesn’t work!
Here are some tips that can effectively help you lose weight and gain some benefits at the same time — more energy and a fitter, healthier you. Remember the change will happen, albeit slowly but surely. Don’t give up you have to start somewhere. Good luck.
1. Eat a healthy breakfast every morning.
Eating breakfast revs up your metabolism. If you skip breakfast you’re likely to eat more calories by binging later in the day. In a study of people who lost weight and kept it off for more than five years, one major thing they all did was eat breakfast. But Pop-tarts, donuts and Hot Pockets don’t cut it. Cooked oatmeal, whole grain cereals, whole grain breads, eggs and tofu with a salad are all healthy choices.
2. Stop counting calories and eat foods that nourish your body.
A meal of fat-free, sugar-free, refined processed foods is also nutrient-free. Plus, it won’t satisfy you for long compared to a meal of nutrient-dense whole foods like vegetables, lean meats, whole grains, and healthy fat. As you begin eating more nutritious foods and get a little more physical activity (if you aren’t physically active now), your body will come to its natural healthy weight.
3. Cut down on carbs.
Refined carbohydrates (cake, candy, cookies, muffins, scones, cupcakes, soda, fruit juice, syrups, chips, and most supermarket breads) you don’t burn turn into fat. Even foods like fruit yogurt and many breakfast cereals have lots of added sugar. Replace fruity yogurts with Greek plain yogurt, choose high-fiber, lower carb cereal and add small amounts of healthy fat to your meals with avocado slices, unsalted nuts, seeds and olive oil.
4. Use smaller lunch and dinner plates.
If you and your family eat off a plate larger than ten inches, replace them with plates that are nine or ten inches in diameter. We tend to eat what’s in front of us. Using smaller plates there’s less food in front of you to eat.
5. Cheat sometimes with the bad foods you enjoy
But, in small portions, and unless there’s a medical reason not to do so. Not letting yourself eat something you love may make you feel deprived and frustrated and subvert your efforts to eat well.
6. You should try this 30 seconds strange ritual that burns 2 pounds of belly fat per day…
“All this by just your strange ritual?” I asked.
I met an old friend for lunch last year and I was super impressed with how she lost 72 pounds in 3 months. She said, “It’s not so much about the ritual but more about how it releases fat-blasting molecules that signal your brain and body to burn off pounds and inches of trapped fat quickly and naturally.” Even though I was skeptical, I’ve been struggling with my weight over the last few years, so I gave it a shot and watched the same video she did.
Well, it’s only a couple weeks later and you know what they say about how “you can’t transform your body overnight”…
They’re right — it actually took me 14 days to lose 17 pounds. Now it’s my girlfriends asking ME what I’M doing differently Imagine your body being beach ready before Memorial Day.
Imagine enjoying the foods you love: pasta, wine, or even a dessert — completely guilt-free.
And imagine feeling good and living your life without obsessing about every single calorie you eat… All while knowing your health is being protected by one of the most powerful natural healing rituals ever discovered.