Your New Year's Resolution to lose weight is the first step to attaining a healthier, happier, longer life. You can substantially increase your long-term diet and weight loss results by avoiding fad-diets and "yo-yo"dieting, and by making healthy lifestyle choices that will promote sustainable weight loss and enhance your overall health and longevity.
Here's the Skinny on Fad-Diets: the Research shows when people lose weight on fad-diets, the weight lost is typically gained back once they go off the diet. Below is a brief review of the "tell-tale" signs of a fad-diet provided by The American Dietetic Association (ADA):
A diet or weight loss plan is a fad or crash diet if it:
- Sounds too good to be true, it probably is, for example “Lose 10 lbs in 7 days!”
- Recommends using a single food on a very consistent basis.
- Promises quick and easy weight loss with no effort.
- Eliminates an entire food group such as carbohydrates or dairy.
- Guarantees an outcome in a specified time period.
- Bases evidence for effectiveness only on the quotes of other dieters.
So what's an eager dieter to do in his or her quest to learn how to lose weight and keep it off? Below are a few Diet and Fitness Secrets - which will be reviewed on California Living's 2013 Health & Wellness Special airing on Thursday, 1/3/2013 @ 6:30 a.m. in San Francisco - Oakland - San Jose, CA on KKPX-TV 65/Comcast Cable 16 and in Sacramento, CA on Comcast 11 on ION Television:
Lose Weight and achieve a happier, healthier, and longer life with proper nutrition. An easy way to lose weight is to incorporate The Party Girl Diet's Top 10 Foods PROVEN to Enhance health & Longevity into your diet. Enjoy foods from ALL of the food groups including fruit and veggies, and avoid processed, un-natural foods containing trans-fats, sugar, and excess salt.
Make healthy diet and fitness lifestyle changes that you will be able to stick with longterm - such as incorporating short-bouts of exercise (even just 10 minutes of walking 3 times a day counts) into your daily routine. Aim for 30 minutes of exercise at least 5 days a week. Check out The California Living's Beach Body Workout for FREE - Total Body Workout in just 20 minutes with Circuit Training.
Increase your diet and fitness success by making sure your New Year's Resolutions include stress management techniques such as daily meditation and relaxation to reduce stress and anxiety, which contribute to everything from heart disease risk to certain cancers.
With the above nutrition, diet and fitness secrets in your plan - your diet and weight loss New Year's Resolutions can be a reality, and will help you "keep the party going...and keep the weight off" in 2013 ~ Cheers! Aprilanne