Dieting does not have to be as hard as everyone thinks that it is. Unfortunately, as stated on this website, many diet fads set people up for failure.
They do this by promising results that are completely unrealistic. This leads to a situation in which the dieter fails on a diet that had no chance of success, and blames themselves for the failure.
Often, the added stress and anxiety that comes from trying to maintain an impossible diet adds more weight and leaves the person who attempted the diet feeling worse than they did before the diet.
One of the best ways to improve your chances of losing weight quickly while dieting is to mentally prepare yourself beforehand. You need to realize that weight loss and a healthy lifestyle go hand in hand.
You may also increase you chances of success with your diet by taking it slowly. It is not healthy, mentally or physically, to start a major lifestyle change without allowing yourself some time to adapt to these changes.
There is no reasonable to make yourself miserable while you are losing weight. You should constantly remind yourself that you are making a lifestyle change, and it may be beneficial to slow down the process as opposed to abandoning the diet altogether.
In fact, in some cases it is more beneficial to identify your cravings and fulfill that craving in small quantities, than it is to compensate for that craving by eating large quantities of other foods, which still may not satisfy that craving.
What is the office policy and practice as to patient record keeping, do they take a good history at each visit, do they document that history completely and accurately, and who actually enters that data into the patient file? This information is vital for anyone who has private disability insurance; the insurance industry is aggressively trying to deny disability benefits.
It is very easy for both patient and doctor to take recurring or steady state symptoms as a given and not document them at each visit. If this happens the patient can in fact be told by the insurance company that the record indicates those symptoms or conditions do not in fact exist. It is important to be a complainer each and every time you see your doctor. It is a good practice to prepare a checklist prior to every doctor visit, have both the doctor and the nurse who transcribes his notes read it back to you and ask follow-up questions. Double check from time to time that the staff is entering the data into the patient record completely and accurately.
It is also important to know what type of doctor you are comfortable with, do you want a doctor who will work with you in a consulting manner or are you more comfortable with one who simply tells you what they want you to do. Once you make this decision it is important to determine if the physician in question is comfortable with the mode you choose.
Make sure that your doctor has read, understands, and is in agreement with you on any living will or do not resuscitate instructions you may have prepared. Most patients do not take the time and effort to do this.
1. Exercise is always the number one way to get rid of the excess fat in your stomach area. Always use cardio type of exercise to loose fat and not doing sit ups vigorously. Exercising also helps your body to maintain a higher metabolic rate which burn fat faster.
Also simple exercise like taking the effort to walk and move around everyday also helps.
Here are a few simple things which you can do:
- Take the effort to wash your car,
- Use the stairs in case of the lift or parking further away so that you can take a walk to office instead.
2. Diet – Rule number 1: Never starve yourself! But choose the type of foods are you consuming in your diet. It would help if you consume high fiber food which has very low calorie – fills your stomach while you consume little or rather no calorie at all. Also consume low-fat protein foods like lean meat, peel off the skin on the chicken before you eat and low-fat dairy products.
3. Regulate your meal – Count your calories! Think before you consume the food and never eat a huge meal – break it down to smaller ones so that you can eat more often but in smaller and lesser caloric food.