, 2023-01-02 07:04:44,
It’s no secret that losing weight requires determination, consistency, hard work, and sacrifice. After all, if it were as simple as snapping your fingers to achieve your ideal body, we’d all have our ideal bodies tomorrow. According to a recent Gallup Poll, over half of U.S. adults want to lose weight, and 26 percent have made serious attempts to do so in the past five years. However, weight loss is a fickle and frustrating foe that can be difficult to achieve. That’s why feeling at your wit’s end is understandable if you don’t see results.
If you’re struggling to lose weight and feel like you’re doing “all the right things,” read on. We chatted with a doctor and a registered dietitian who shared four surprising reasons why you may not be achieving your weight loss goals.
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You choose fad diets and “quick fixes” over healthy eating habits.
Whether it’s keto, carnivore, paleo, or some other new trend, jumping from diet to diet in hopes that it will provide an easy solution to your weight loss problems is a recipe for failure. Instead, develop healthier eating habits and cultivate a better relationship with food (while exercising regularly) to set yourself up for successful weight loss. That’s because fad diets often restrict foods and don’t offer sustainable ways of eating, causing people to lose steam and throw in the towel on their weight loss goals. Also, research has found that fad diets…
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