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3 Simple Action Steps To Weight Loss

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The major headache that most people face after losing weight is fear of it coming back so make a plan, either you keep and maintain a strict routine, or take the necessary steps to ensure that the weight you have work so hard to lose stay lost forever.

I am sure You have heard repeated stories of people who have lost between 30-40 pounds only to put on twice that amount after they break their routine.
Here are three simple steps to ensure that your weight loss - stay lost forever.

Step 1.

Does it really matter how you lose weight ?

People generally figure that it doesn't really matter how they lose weight, as long as it is lost, and this is their biggest mistake.. It is most important before embarking on any weight loss program to establish whether your weight gain is due to health issues or simply diet and lifestyle.

Of course it goes without saying that an unbalanced diet and lack of exercise is a contributory factor to ill health.

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Intentional weight loss refers to the loss of total body mass in an effort to improve health, fitness and appearance

What this means is that using a combination of exercise and dieting will provide the desired result. Starvation diets or drugs in particular will definitely give you a high risk of regaining whatever weight you lost, so stay away from them.
Step 2.

Kick start your sluggish metabolism rate

If you've lost weight primarily through dieting alone, then bad news: You could very well regain that weight as soon as you stop dieting.

Basically all you've really done is cut down your calorie intake so that you're not consuming more calories than you burn, you have not changed anything, so any break from your diet, that weight gain is coming right back at you.

On a positive note, if you have been exercising and in particular building up and toning your muscles, then you should have raised your metabolism rate, and this is going to help you to keep your weight down indefinitely.

Maintaining a higher metabolism rate, you can take brief breaks from the diet that you're on and still maintain a decent weight, provided you continue to maintain your metabolism rate.
Step 3.

Finding that balance .. Very important!

Note.. the final steps of keeping your weight loss in check is finding that balance.

Finally! its your day, you have reached your desired weight, but what is your plan for maintaining your current weight, you'll seek and find the right balance between calorie intake and exercise that allows you to enjoy your new and invigorating lifestyle.

Needless to say, it won't be as demanding as your weight loss regime, this will allow you more time for relaxation, and will help to ensure that you don't go back to the size and shape that you once were.

Following these action steps, you should be rest assured that you're not going to face the same weight problems that you did in the past. Enjoy the new you..
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