Part of a successful weight loss plan is having a healthy frame of mind. Rather than see all the negatives 'in dieting' try to find the positives such as, "It's tough doing without my chocolate cupcakes, but boy - do I feel and look a lot better!"
Week two of your diet plan will probably be more difficult than week one, so you'll need to plan ahead to buff up your Diet Willpower.
The first week, you're still getting adjusted to your healthier life plan and those unfamiliar exercises are making you sore. It gets much easier after week two.
If you find yourself 'hating your diet plan' after Week Two, look for another plan asap. Once you leap off of the Diet Horse, it's almost impossible to get back on.
Consider counting fat grams for weight loss.
Consider low carb dieting for weight loss, perhaps the most popular mode of weight loss in Today's Diet World. A friend of mine recently defined her low carb diet plan as: "Basically, if it's white, don't eat it." Be sure to get your doctor's approval before starting any diet plan.
Individuals can become jealous of their partner's weight loss success. They may feel excluded or out of control. Prepare for this weight loss hurdle if this strikes a familiar chord.
Search out a network of good websites that provide weight loss information, tips, how-to's and diet planners such as Diet Bites - hint, hint.
Great low calorie recipes and motivational weight loss articles can be found in books and magazines. Keep a few on hand to help motivate you when you're experiencing a Diet Low.
Check your juice labels to make sure you're getting your 'Juice Buck's Worth'. 5% juice doesn't cut it when it comes to nutritional value.
Get your juice from Mother Nature's packaging rather than commercial packaging. You'll save up to 9/10's of the calories depending upon which juice you're juicing.