Weight Loss With Small Changes

Written by Steve Gilllman

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2. Stay away from people who encourage you to eat too much. Maybe even eat with people who have small appetites.

3. Don't ever shop when you are hungry. You'll buy more - and more snacks. Get inrepparttar habit of eating right before grocery shopping.

4. Switch from sugary soft drinks to flavored water. The carbonated ones are delicious.

5. Start taking short walks each evening. Walkrepparttar 141630 dog, or find a friend to walk with.

There are dozens more small changes you can make. Create your own list, but start just one new habit now. When that becomes a normal part of your life, start another. It's difficult to say how many changes you'll need to start losing weight, but these are easy steps if you take them one at a time.

Steve Gillman writes on many self-improvement topics. You can get more weight loss tips, and subscribe to a free weight loss newsletter at: http://www.99WaysToLoseWeight.com

Weight Loss in Children

Written by Cass Hope

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vegetables because they are healthy for them. Keepingrepparttar junk food out ofrepparttar 141629 house isrepparttar 141630 best way to make sure they are not eating it. I don’t mean that an occasional treat is not ok butrepparttar 141631 key word here is “occasional.” Watch their fat intake. Pre packaged foods and fast foods are very high in fat especially Trans fats which are very dangerous. More and more companies have realized this danger and are offering Trans fat free foods. Get your child involved in physical activities. Today our children’s lives often revolve around television, video games and computers. The common negative denominator here is that they all involve just sitting. These are all excellent ways to help our children with their weight. There is a big difference between healthy weight loss and a diet. A diet is something negative that makes children feel focused on their size rather than their health. Diet does not mean healthy it means getting thin any way possible, which is exactlyrepparttar 141632 opposite of what we want our kids to believe. What you teach your kids when they are young about eating habits isrepparttar 141633 seed you plant for their future and giving our children good health is in my opinion our responsibility.

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Cass Hope is a registered massage therapist who has studied and counseled in nutrition. Cass regularly contributes to online and offline publications dealing with weight loss and nutrition. She is currently sponsoring this site: http://www.naturalsuccess.info

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