Can't not to reply in this old thread because I agree with you so much! It's such a truth about food and all that "relationships" with it! But in my case it was mainly the problem with the junk-food, when I stopped to eat it really often and become more physically active, my problem was solved Drinking fresh water is very effective tooThaInfo1 wrote:No lies told. Except I would say not exact to eat less...but realize when you're full and to eat healthier. A lot of us have the mentality to finish what's on your plate to avoid wasting food while we are already full. Sometimes you gotta stop and just see if your just eating to finish your plate (this also goes for boredom) or to see if your really eating because your hungry.firefly_86 wrote:Unfortunately there's no real secret...certainly not one that's healthy or will lead to a long term weight loss...the trick is basically eat less, move more, drinks tons of water. That's it.
But I guess this is the same thing as eating less.
Another thing would be that you have to change your relationship with food. With me when I was at my heaviest, I've always had a emotional relationship with food. Such as, when I was sad...I would go eat. When I was happy, I would celebrate and go "treat" myself". The big one was, when I was bored, I would really go eat.
You gotta learn how to eat to live, not live to eat.
Also I noticed that it's very important to choose the physical exercises which are really for you, in such way you'll get more fun and it'll be easier to keep the motivation
In my case I started with the bsic fitness complex, then I decided to prectise yoga every day and also combine it with more active fitness, mostly with using such stuff http://stylemann.com/best-proform-elliptical-reviews/ And I like the results and I'm going to continue!