By Lisa Caplan
First, let me say that I am not a nutritionist and the tips that I am sharing with you are my own opinions of what I have found to be helpful. In eating healthy let’s think in terms of sustainable changes, and not short term. Any healthy change must happen over time to become part of your lifestyle. Quick fixes work for the short term, but don’t last long.
Diets don’t work. Why? Because they are not sustainable, but meant to be a quick fix. Will you lose weight? Probably. Will you keep it off? Probably not. Pick a goal that includes more than just losing weight or seeing a certain number on the scale. Those goals are usually not enough to keep you motivated, and can even be discouraging.
A more motivating goal might be:
Tips to help you be successful:
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