1. Cutting yourself off from cravings too fast.
Do you ever want to stop eating something because you’re scared you are going to get addicted? For example peanut m&m’s, you could sit there eating and eating them until you feel too fat. The easiest way to stop yourself from eating so much sugar and sweets is to limit yourself, and portion out your sweets. Don't just stop eating it because you will start craving that, more and more wanting to non stop eat.
2. Not eating the right foods
Many people think that eating a granola bar is good for you but in reality all the pre-packaged “weight loss” food is not because you will never satisfied eating all the processed stuff. You can’t snack on fake food, you must eat your three main meals and some fruits or vegetables!
3. Not drinking or eating enough in a day.
Your body needs half of your body weight of fluid everyday in order to let yourself survive throughout your workout or even the busy days. As much as you think you are drinking enough, you probably are not! Pick up the glass and use mind over matter to choose water instead of juice or soda.
Studies show eating too early in the evenings is not good for you and can affect how much you eat everyday
"People eat at 6:00 and stay up until 11:00 or midnight, so their bodies are naturally asking for fuel again," Villacorta says. "I tell people to aim to eat 70% of their calories before dinner and 30% at dinner, but it doesn’t matter how late dinner is.” says Dietician from Academy of Nutrition
When wanting to see yourself improve you have to start slow and slowly move up to see your progress. Don’t just stop eating and lift 200 pounds, give yourself wiggle room and start your new way of life!