Take your time before cooking garlic. Chopping it and letting it sit for at least 10 minutes increases the production of the beneficial sulfur compounds and keeps them more active when exposed to heat.
Forget to Eat? Set an alarm for every three hours to help you remember to eat.
Weigh and measure first thing in the morning after going to the washroom. You can gain up to 5 pounds from morning to night. You want to weigh you, not any extras 🙂
Don’t fall for the latest fad you will not have sustainable results without good old-fashioned hard work and healthy eating. But, the good news is you can do it!
It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle change. Don’t go drastic, make changes you can stick with for life.
A good starting point is a 1200 – 1300 calorie diet for weight loss. For more help get a free assessment at http://myfitnesspal.com/
Support is key to sticking with a program find yourself a workout buddy, or find a support group it will help hold you accountable.
Love soy sauce? Try Bragg’s Liquid Aminos it tastes just like it has no calories and is low in sodium.
Try to eat all your meals prior to 7:00 p.m. this will help you sleep better and give your body time to burn those calories before bed.
Stick to a high protein, low carb diet. Protein helps you stay full longer, feel more satisfied and helps build muscle.