On the surface, sugar and salt seem like two innocuous minerals that improve the taste of food. In fact, when taken in moderation at the recommended levels, sugar and salt can be beneficial to maintaining a healthy body.
But sugar and salt have an insidious side that when eaten in excess, can raise havoc with your energy levels.
So often in the business world or in general goal setting, you hear people talk about getting clear about what you want. You can’t really reach a goal until you know what that goal is. Plus, if you don’t have a goal or destination, how will you know when you get there?
Well, the same can be said of your weight loss goal. Is your reason strong enough? Are you clear about your ‘why’?
Do you give up at the first setback? Whether caused by something you did (e.g. overeating) or something completely out of your control (e.g. injury or sickness), setbacks are almost always a guarantee with weight loss.
How you focus on reaching your weight loss goal and dealing with setbacks will determine your level of success.
According to statistics, 90% of diets end in failure while 80% of New Year’s resolutions to lose weight fail by the second week of February.
So why is your diet not working? The common thing among individuals who become part of these unflattering statistics is that they all jump into dieting and exercising for weight loss with high expectations that are nearly impossible to follow through.
Therefore, if you’re serious about wanting to lose weight, it’s essential that you formulate a weight loss plan that is reasonable for you. Here are 5 simple tips that will help you go from a diet not working to a diet that gets results you want.