Simple Tricks To Help a Busy Individual Lose Weight

lose weightCan you think of one person that is in your life that isn’t busy every single day of their lives? It really is a frantic world that we live in and something that is not likely to stop any time in the near future. When most people are questioned about what it takes to get into the best shape of their lives they immediately begin to think about things like personal trainers, lifting heavy weights down at the gym, eating tasteless food ten times a day and spending a lot of their time in the kitchen trying to make all the meals.

If you take a look at the research then you will notice that the people of today are more busy and unhealthy than ever before in the history of mankind. You can see the relation… as people get busier they become unhealthier therefore the weight begins to pile on until it gets to the point where the person just gives up even trying to lose weight.

But you will be really glad to know that regardless of how busy or overweight you are there are a few key principles that when applied will help you shed all the weight that you want to lose. You absolutely need to avoid all things such as the diet pills that are rampant on the market today. They will do nothing for you but take your money, so please don’t bother with them.

But if you follow the advice that I lay down below you will lose a lot of weight in no time at all:

Rule 1:

Cut all the wheat products out of your life. They are just making you fat. While things like bread are great for making you feel full quickly, they are relatively useless in terms of the nutritional value that they provide.

This one tip is as close as you are ever going to get in terms of a shortcut. You will lose a lot of the excess fat that you are carrying within a couple of weeks of going cold turkey on wheat! It’s literally that effective.

Rule 2:

Start eating smaller portions of food. Yes, while this may seem obvious to most people that are looking to lose weight I have found that people still continue gorging on massive quantities of food. The problem isn’t just with gaining weight but eating too much food can result in a person suffering from a variety of different chronic illnesses.

In terms of the restaurants that you are used to eating at… my advice to you would be to completely avoid them. The reason being is that most restaurants serve up processed foods that are terrible for us but on top of that the portion sizes for one person can usually feed a small family. Way more food than you actually need.

So my advice would be to avoid restaurants, and start making more meals at home. But be sure to serve yourself half what you normally are used to eating.

The results will be more than worth the effort.

Rule 3:

You need to look deep within yourself to find the real reasons why you want to lose weight. You need to have deep convictions so that you can press on and do the work that is required to get the end result. Everybody wants to look great but that alone will usually not keep you motivated.

Perhaps the reason you want to lose weight is so you can be healthier and live a longer and more happier life?

Whatever the reason make sure that it is enough to help you overcome the obstacles that you may face on your journey to losing weight!

Rule 4:

The unfortunate reality is that we are literally a nation of people that eat all the time. And of course most of what we spend our time gorging on isn’t great for us. Crisps, sweets, donuts you name it we are probably munching on it. But the bigger issue is the fact that we eat massive quantities of the things that are snack on. If you had one biscuit I’d say fair enough but the problem is most of us end up eating 10 biscuits and this slowly builds up over time leading us to become really overweight.

The most important thing is to start paying a lot more attention to the snacks that you put in your mouth… this one trick will help you drastically reduce the amount of food that you gorge on.

At the same time you should work on trying to replace all the processed snacks with some healthy alternatives such as carrot sticks or pieces of fruit.

Rule 5:

Lunch is one area that the vast majority of us don’t have right! We usually end up having to munch anything that we can lay our hands on. More often than not we end up eating something that is terrible for our health and even worse for our waistline.

Those of you that prepare meals at home should make an effort to get out there and start to buy healthy things that you can make a meal out of. I’d recommend that you take the time to actually buy things that are simple but healthy. Salads are a great way to really lose a lot of weight in no time.

Not only will the healthy meals such as a salad help you lose a lot of weight fast but you will notice that it will be far quicker to prepare than the junk foods that you are used to eating right now. So you will be saving a lot of time and effort while helping yourself lose a lot of weight too!

Those that eat out need to stop going to the places that don’t serve up healthy meals and instead work to start buying things that will help them lose weight.

To be honest none of the tips I’ve mentioned above are earth shatteringly hard to implement. All it requires is that you change up your lifestyle a tiny bit. If you are willing to make this initial effort then believe me pretty soon you will be in the most incredible shape of your life. Being busy is never an excuse to not look after your health!

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  3. Howard says:

    “Cut all the wheat products out of your life.”

    Wow.

    You are about the only author on this site who hasn’t been sucked in by the “healthywholegrains” fiction. How did you come to realize that wheat is the #1 problem in the SAD diet?

    • thomasmullet says:

      At the end of the day its about results. Just give it a try for a couple of weeks and let me know how you feel? If you don’t see results then fair enough but believe me you will be shocked 🙂

      • Howard says:

        *I* won’t be shocked… But I was in 1999, when I cut out the wheat, and my arthritis went away. For five years before that, my hands hurt so bad that I had to quit playing my violin in public because I couldn’t stand to practice enough to stay in good form. Now I’m back to playing gigs and teaching students.

        Oh, and I lost over 100 lbs in the process.

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