The 3 Week Diet

For many people weight loss is an arduous task. It becomes an endless fight, lose a pound here, and gain a pound there. Most fad diets fail in the long term for weight loss success because they fail to address the main reason for the weight gain. You must stick to your exercising routine and change your eating habits to see enduring weight loss.

But do not lose hope many have taken on this weight loss challenge before you and have won and you can too. I’m sure you would like to know what they did to enjoy this weight loss success.

Well, let’s us take a look at what successful people do to keep the weight off.

It doesn’t have to be so difficult! All you need is just 30 minutes a day of cardiovascular activity to start you on the right track.

You might be saying: But I exercise! Well but do you exercise at least five times per week for about thirty minutes? Don’t have the time for thirty minutes of exercise might be your next answer, can you do three 10 minutes burst of exercise. That would equal to 30 minutes of exercise in a given day.

But remember to pick an exercise that you like for your weight loss program. The more you like the exercise choice, the more you will stick to it and become a true weight loss success.

Try different exercise such as yoga, walking, and kickboxing, joining the local gym or taking an exercise class at the local college. Or may be, if you love dancing, groove to the tunes of your fav music..think of the exciting ways that will move and shake you..!

Insist that you be patient with yourself. You did not put on the weight in a single sitting and you won’t take it off in a week of vigorous exercise. Start off slowly and build your resistance up for exercise.

During your weight loss program, take special care of your diet. Here are the foods to eat during your weight loss program:

  • Fresh Fruits and Fresh Vegetables
    All fresh fruits and vegetables are good for health and for any weight loss program.
    These include broccoli, cauliflower, broccoli sprouts, onions, garlic, artichokes, beets, red and green vegetables.
  • Grains
    Quinoa, millet, and buckwheat can be used instead of rice. They can be purchased at a health food store.
  • Beans
    Split yellow and green peas and lentils are easiest to digest and require the least soaking time. Other acceptable legumes include kidney beans, pinto beans, mung beans, chickpeas and adzuki beans.
  • Nuts and Seeds
    Unsalted nuts, seeds and nut butters can be sprinkled over any meal. Includes flaxseed, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds, cashews and walnuts. 
  • Oil
    Extra-virgin olive oil it’s the best for weight loss. Flaxseed oil can be used as salad oil which is not only good for weight loss but also contains the vital Omega-3.
  • Green Tea
    Non-caffeinated teas like green tea helps ease the liver  

Foods to avoid:

  • Sugar
    Refined sugar and mixtures containing refined sugar, including sucrose, dextrose, corn syrup, brown sugar, turbinado. Avoid artificial sweeteners.
  • Fatty Dairy Products
    Whole milk, eggs and butter.
  • Gluten
    All gluten-containing grains, including barley, rye, spelt and kamut. Some people are sensitive to gluten, a protein fragment in these grains.
  • Caffeine
    Coffee, both regular and decaffeinated, black tea, and other drinks containing caffeine should be reduced. Green tea is a great substitute to regular coffee.
  • Yeast
  • Alcohol
  • Food additives and preservatives
  • Chocolate
  • High-Fat Foods

Drink a minimum of 8 glasses of water per day. Water is essential to clear waste from the body.

Once you have committed to a weight loss program, don’t deny yourself the joy of weight loss by stopping. Keep at it and soon you will be getting results that will motivate to stick to your weight loss goals.

I always recommend losing weight naturally. But if you’re looking to lose weight fast, this is the best way to do so.