Looking at yourself eat, stating the positive and finding your dietary point of reference may all help you lose weight and keep it off. Here's how:
Hang a mirror opposite your seat at the table
One study found that eating in front of mirrors reduced the amount people ate by nearly one-third. It seems that having to look yourself in the eye reflects back some of your own inner standards and goals, and reminds you of why youâre trying to lose weight in the first place.
State the positive
If you keep focusing on things you can't do, like resisting junk food or getting out the door for a daily walk, chances are you won't do them. Instead try repeating positive thoughts to yourself such as "I can lose weight" or "I will go out for some exercise today." Repeat these phrases repetitively during the day. Before too long, they will become their own self-fulfilling prophecy.
Discover your dietary point of preference
If you work hard to control your weight, you may get pleasure from your appearance, but you may also feel sorry for yourself each time you forgo a favourite food. There is a balance to be struck between the immediate gratification of indulgent foods and the long-term pleasure of maintaining a desirable weight and good health. When you have that balance worked out, you have identified your own personal dietary pleasure "point of preference". This is where you want to stay.
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