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If you think of just about everything in life that you have tried, it is probably true that you almost never had any successes without some failures as well! For instance, you learned to walk by falling down 100's if not 1,000's of times, but despite that, you never ever felt like a failure, and were never labelled as a failure.
Your mother and father just kept on encouraging you, and you would keep getting up and trying again and again until you finally got it right. You learned to read by making mistakes with your alphabet enough times to finally get it right, and by messing up writing out the letters until you finally got them right as well. So misspelling and misreading the words until you got them right, meant that the mistakes were plentiful. However you were never deemed to be a failure, you were just learning.
It was exactly the same with riding a bike, driving a car, playing a sport, or dating etc etc. The whole of life is a trial and error process where failure and success go hand in hand.
So is there anything that is different about dieting!
In some ways dieting is the same and in some ways it's different from most other things. It's the same because failure and success will go hand in hand , but dieting is different, because you don;t want to do it in the first place. The chances are therefore that you will probably have negative thoughts and feelings about dieting before you even start on it.
Let's be honest here, everyone wants to walk, or read, or drive a car, and have a great career as well, but how many of us want to go on a diet.
The video that we are featuring has some great advice for potential dieters, and hopefully it will be of benefit
Oh, weight loss. Weight loss, weight loss, weight loss. Everyone wants to lose some amount of weight. Well, mostly everyone. And chances are, you've tried your hand on different weight loss methods, and a good amount of you have found results, but the overwhelming majority, unfortunately, haven't. From trying diets such low carb, no carb, no fat, high fat, high protein, paleo, zone, keto, Atkins, and even if it fits your macros, to eating 2 meals a days, 3 meals a day, 6 meals, 10 meals, 1 meal, not eating at night, not eating in the morning, or eating only a certain time..
Fact is, you've probably exhausted your mind from just choosing a diet and exhausted your body from actually trying it. And... here you are, still the same old you, no weight lost, and be honest, you probably even gained a few extra pounds. So what's the deal? Well, even if I told you that it's as simple as calories in vs. calories out, aka eat less and move more, whether you trust me or not, there are many mistakes you're probably making when trying to lose weight. And if you wanted to make sure the next time you go on weight loss plan, say, like, right now, it's best to avoid making these 5 common weight loss mistakes.
Number 1: Underestimating how much you eat. Aunt Jay swears that she's been eating only 1000 calories a day MAX, but for some reason, she's still not losing weight. So what gives? The things is, Aunt Jay is a liar, and it's no fault of her own other than basic human intuition. Thing is, people commonly underestimate the amount of calories they really eat.
A study found that people under reported the amount of calories they consumed by as much as 50%. Aunt Jay says she's eating 1000 calories, but it's probably closer to 2000. So your best bet is to count your calories, but let's face, it's not...
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