To lose weight, you must consume fewer calories than you burn. Ensure your calorie deficit is significant enough.
Regular exercise boosts metabolism and calorie burning; a sedentary lifestyle can hinder your progress.
Opt for a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains while avoiding excessive unhealthy foods.
Stress or boredom can lead to overeating; develop healthy coping mechanisms to avoid emotional triggers.
Poor sleep patterns disrupt hunger hormones; prioritize quality sleep to control your appetite.
Dehydration can be mistaken for hunger; stay hydrated to control cravings and boost metabolism.
Consult a healthcare professional if medical conditions like thyroid problems may be hindering your weight loss.
Weight loss isn't always linear; unrealistic expectations can be discouraging, so be patient.
Keep a food diary and track your progress to identify patterns and issues in your weight loss journey.
Seek support from friends, family, or a weight loss group to stay motivated and accountable.
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