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Congratulations on making a commitment to losing weight. Now, how to choose which diet is right for you? First, seek guidance from your healthcare practitioner. Then decide what kind of diet meshes with your lifestyle and personality. The better the diet fits you, the greater your chances are of reaching your weight-loss goal, so ask some questions before you pick:
Before you jump into a diet program with both feet, consider your lifestyle so that you set yourself up for success:
Rather than deny your innermost urges, let your personality take center stage when finding the right diet:
Choosing an exercise routine that you enjoy will help you lose weight and keep it off, so try to work in a workout that you can stick to:
Regardless of which diet you choose, aim to lose weight slowly, 1/2 to 2 pounds (0.25 to 0.9 kg) per week. Eat smaller portions and take in fewer calories than you expend. Don’t skip meals in an effort to cut calories. Make eating moderately and sensibly your lifelong diet!
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