You feel like you’re consuming the right amount of food each day to lose weight. You feel like you don’t eat very much, sometimes you don’t even eat three full meals. You don’t understand why you’re not losing weight despite your hard efforts. What could you possibly be doing wrong? Mindless eating or mindless snacking could be your number one problem. Watch this video on the activity you need to try; all you need is a container!
Two of my "biggest losing" weight loss clients have lost 92 pounds and 125 pounds (both now at their goal weights) in less than a year, just by carrying these five steps into their everyday lifestyle! It has nothing to do with taking fat burning, craving controlling, metabolism boosting supplements, or following restrictive fad diets. Here are the basic steps my clients have adapted as part of their daily lifestyle in order to see success in their weight goals.
The problem is not bread itself, but the TYPE and AMOUNT of bread that can be harmful to health and lead to unwanted weight gain. Having a solid understanding of what bread is best can help you include it as part of a healthy diet. Here is everything you need to know about choosing the healthiest bread.