Weight Loss: Expert Reveals THIS Tip Will Achieve Fast Weight Loss in Time for Summer

WEIGHT loss in time for the summer holidays is on every dieters mind right now, and health experts have revealed the tricks for a fast and easy way to shed the pounds!

If you have been struggling to lose weight and think you have tried everything, there are still things you can do.

Psychologist Corinne Sweet advised dieters to stop seeing food as either “good” or “bad”, as this increases the chance of eating high-calorie foods.
She explained: “People talk about themselves in terms of being ‘good’ or ‘bad’ according to how habitually they eat or drink things, or whether they snack.
 “‘I’ve been bad today’, might mean someone has had a chocolate bar or muffin with their coffee.  Or ‘I’ve been good’ can mean they have abstained from the biscuit round in the tearoom.

“Often this creates stress and complex feelings, which can actually accentuate and increase the behaviour rather than curb it.”

She also said it was time to stop associating food with punishment or reward, and said: “People learn behaviours quite often with a punishment and reward value. ‘If I finish my homework I can have some chocolate’, or ‘after a hard day at work I deserve a drink.’

“Work cultures also are full of punishment and rewards, involving food and drink: the office party, a group meal out, a social event or celebration, cakes at leaving ‘do’s’ and birthday drinks.

“Temptation will always present itself. You have to be prepared, and be aware, ahead of time, that when you go somewhere, visit someone, go out for a meal, that temptation will be right there, in front of you.

“You have to plan a course of action to curb your vulnerability to being seduced by something you know will trigger your need to snack. This may take effort and time, as we often hang on to what is familiar, but if you stick to it, you will soon be reaping the rewards for a little thoughtful decision-making, retraining and application of willpower.

“One way to do thesis with Slissie, which is the first of its kind as it delivers curb-craving flavourings that instantly help you resist the temptation of sugary, calorific snacks. Once the flavours that contain aromas are detected by your tastebuds and olfactory receptors, messages are sent to the appetite control centres of the brain leaving users feeling their appetite has been satisfied.”

As well as dealing with temptation, choosing the right foods is also the key to weight loss, as Dr Marilyn Glenville, the UK’s leading Nutritionist, explained.

She said: “If a food or drink is described as ‘low sugar’, ‘slim line’ or ‘diet’, it will usually contain an artificial sweetener. These sweeteners have been linked to mood swings and depression, and it has been found that people who regularly use artificial sweeteners tend to gain weight because they can slow down the digestive process and increase appetite.”

Dr Marilyn also urged people to sit down and enjoy their food, particularly because it has benefits for weight loss too.

Eating on the run, she said “gives your body the message that time is scarce, you are under pressure and stressed. Furthermore, your digestive system will be less efficient. Make a point of sitting down and eating your food as calmly as possible.”

Listening to your body and actually concentrating on the food in front of you is key for weight loss, as Shona Wilkinson, Nutritionist at Superfood.uk, revealed: “Try and pay attention to how your stomach is feeling and eat slowly, rather than eating everything that’s in front of you. It’s important that you eat to feel satisfied, as opposed to stuffing yourself.”

Shona also advised not to skip main meals as this won’t help you lose weight. She said: “Another great tip is to not snack on foods such as toast, bread, cereals, cakes or biscuits telling yourself you won’t eat a main meal later (to make up for the calories).

“This is a trap many people fall into, because they love their sweet foods and they find these foods easier to prepare than a main meal. Make sure you eat three balanced meals a day.”

Finally, Dr Marilyn reminded dieters not to fall into the common trap of confusing thirst for hunger.

She said: “It’s actually relatively common for people to confuse thirst for hunger, that’s why keeping your fluid intake up is really important. Try drinking a large glass of water when you are feeling those hunger pains and wait to see if they dissipate.”

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