There are literally a billion ways to lose weight and one quick google search will show you how overwhelming and confusing it can be. You want to take that first step but down which path? Which one will have the best or even fastest results?

The question you need to ask yourself is what is best for YOU? Which one can I stick to that will help me get to my goal and beyond? With any major diet or health change there is always a period of adjustment and being uncomfortable. It’s life and without struggle, the reward wouldn’t be as worthwhile.

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Regardless of how you decide to lose weight, Your goal should be to lose weight at a sustainable rate and manage over time. People tend to fail to keep weight off long term because they use methods that are not sustainable for them in the short term.

The truth is 50% of people put weight back on purely because their diet choices were not sustainable over the long term.

This is why we try to make everything as easy as possible for you to get results and not have it feel like you’re on this miserable merry-go-round.

So what’s the best diet to keep the weight off for good? Well, it’s the one you can stick to!

We have shortlisted 6 things you can do right now to get you going in the right direction to lose weight and keep it off for good.

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The reason the majority of people are overweight is because of EXCESS calories.

To lose weight, you have to reduce your calorie intake and have some form of restriction with certain foods. The good news is you can choose the form of restriction that feels the best for you and your goals.

You can try calorie counting, low carb, low fat, intermittent fasting, or any combination you must restrict something. By simply understanding what works for you will help you not only keep the weight off but enjoy the journey instead of being on a strict diet.

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Simply weighing yourself on the same day and time once per week, fortnight or month will help you set new healthy habits. Studies suggest people who weigh frequently tend to do better at keeping it off than those who don’t.

It’s a form of being self-aware and checking in with yourself. Over time it will become a part of your routine and a good way of keeping tabs however, you need to be aware that weighing yourself too much and obsessing can lead to anxiety and pressure so avoid weighing yourself every day.

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Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither were you.

The truth is that we all want the easy road out of our problems and will jump on anything that will get us there faster. When these options don’t work out as we had planned we tend to throw the towel in and end up back at square one. Some diets will definitely have a more dramatic effect in the short term than others but they rarely will they stick.

Research suggests that simple dietary changes (Like a Man Shake every morning) will have better long-term results compared to extreme dietary changes.

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Many of us tend to overthink diets about what the “best” diet for weight loss is and never really stop and ask what am I going to enjoy.

With so many different doctors, nutritionists, trainers, and social media influencers telling us to do this diet or that diet it can get overwhelming and you end up picking something you dread each morning.

Now there is evidence that the best long-term results are now because of personal preference, which means the best diet is the one you can stick to.

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Research suggests that over 70% of people who have lost weight and kept it off engaged in regular exercise. Sure exercise can help you burn more calories giving you more wiggle room with food but that’s not the secret sauce here.

The reason engaging in some form of regular exercise has helped keep the weight off is because it boosts your satiety (hunger) signals to your brain essentially telling you’re brain I’m not hungry!

Time to get moving.

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Now, this may seem all a bit woo woo but it’s literally time for a new version of you.

The old you got you into this mess in the first place so why would you keep him around? To pull you back into bad habits, thoughts, and patterns?

When you make a decision to change for the better you essentially have to create a new identity that goes along with the new body you want and that comes with a new lifestyle to get you there.

Your mindset needs to change from “I’m going to stick to my diet and be good” to “This is what I eat now and how I exercise is simply part of my life.”

A few different words can make a BIG difference in your progress of losing weight and keeping it off for good!