Many dieters are shooting themselves in the foot when it comes to losing weight. Avoiding common mistakes could be the key to success.
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Kasey Taylor: Every one has a slim down hip. Speaker 1: Here what you want but don't eat much. Kasey Taylor: A food philosophy. Speaker 2: I eat the free range chicken and mostly fish, and vegetables and fruit. Kasey Taylor: A diet no, no. Speaker 3: I ignore before as I'm trying. Kasey Taylor: But if loosing weight was easy, we don't look like this, what's blocking your road to diet success. For so Beena Falco it's eating out during her pregnancy with Alex she gains 60 pounds. Beena Falco: So sometimes it is just easier and faster to get something that's easy and fast. A salad you prepare with low fat dressing has about 100 calories, this one from a popular restaurant had 970, several websites listening nutriention information online, and so you know what to order. Road block number 2 eating from big bowls. Sherri Flynt: If you have a plate that's nine inches and its full your bran and 2 puts that the same way as if you had a 15 inch plate that was full. Kasey Taylor: Another mistake thinking all fruits and veggies have to be fresh, canned and frozen often containing more nutrients. Sarah Krieger: They were picket right there and processed to be frozen right there. Kasey Taylor: Lack of sleep can also set you back one study found adding just 1 hour of sleep to your schedule causes you to eat 6% less, skipping breakfast is also we don't, but if its an unhealthy donut or nothing which should you choose. Sarah Krieger: I would say that donut occasionally. Kasey Taylor: Also don't eat in the dark, you are less self conscious of what you are doing and you can't see how much you are eating, another mistake aiming low, a reason study found women who set unrealistically high goals drop more weight in two years. So Beena has already lost 16 pounds but wants to loose another 30. Beena: It takes a lot of will power for me to do this, Yeah. Kasey Taylor: A goal with has few road blocks as possible this Kasey Taylor reporting.
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