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Keeping Up With Your New Year’s Resolution

Filed Under: Diet & Weight Loss at 5:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Five days into 2011 and some people have already dropped their New Year’s resolution. Let’s face it. Resolutions are really difficult but you have to at least try, put a little bit more effort into it. You don’t want to be called a quitter. One of the most important parts of keeping up with a resolution is the ability of restarting it.

You don’t have to wait until 2012 for a new resolution. It is OK to reset the 2011 resolution on January 5th. Some people tend to give up easily on resolutions, particularly on one of the most popular ones: losing weight.

Losing weight is always difficult as many people generally struggle to drop a few pounds or have problems keeping the weight off. Diet, exercise and sleep are the three key points of any weight loss program but here’s a helpful tip: this year instead of focusing on what you eat, try to pay attention on how much and how often you eat.

If the “6 meals a day” program seems impossible to you, try snacking in between meals. Of course, good snacking. Fruits, nuts or natural bars can curb your appetite between breakfast and lunch and lunch and dinner. Therefore, you’ll eat less at your meals.

On the other hand, if exercise does not burn enough calories for you, add a fat burner to your supplement list. Most fat burners can significantly help you to maximize your workout. Natural fat burners are available in caffeine-free form using ingredients such as green tea, cla and hoodia.

Most natural weight loss supplements are efficient, although not as potent as regular fat burners loaded with caffeine, and the majority of these products are safe to use on a daily basis without side effects.

Finally, sleep well and enough. Eight hours per night is the ideal formula, if you can’t, try at least seven hours per night. If quick naps work for you, don’t hesitate. Some people feel better going to workout after taking a 20-minute nap.

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3 Responses to “Keeping Up With Your New Year’s Resolution”

  1. greasedupdeafguy says:

    attention fat people. Skip breakfast, become a vegetarian, and only consume about 600-650 calories a day, you won’t have to excercise and you will lose weight. If you get hungry just tell your body to start eating the fat you already have.

  2. Ted Striker says:

    you are totally wrong. First, breakfast is the most important meal of the day and the most delicious too. Lazy people wake up late and skip breakfast, that’s too bad. Second, vegetarians lack vitamin B and iron, therefore, total lack of energy.. it may not hit you now but years down the road, you’ll see…

  3. greasedupdeafguy says:

    Never said it would be healthy, but you wont be a total failure like most people who make new years resolutions to lose weight.

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