My 7 Keys To Controlling Hunger!

If you’re like me and have constant food cravings, here are 7 steps you can take to help the situation. The first thing to do is to make sure you’re eating correctly for your metabolic type. This will help a lot. If you’re certain that you are eating as you should for your metabolic type and you still feel hungry all the time, consider these tips to control that hunger demon.

1. Don’t skip meals. You should be eating 4-6 meals a day, and spacing your meals throughout the day so that you don’t go longer than 3-4 hours without eating. This will keep your blood sugar levels and hunger hormones stable. This is important.

2. Drink lots of water. When you feel as if you’re starving, pour yourself a huge glass of water- it will help quiet the urge to snack. A rule of thumb is drink half your body weight in ounces of water a day. If you weigh 150 pounds drink 75+ ounces of water a day.

3. Sleep! Two hormones, leptin and ghrelin, regulate our appetite, and both are affected by how much sleep you get. These hormones work in a kind of “checks and balances” system to control feelings of hunger and fullness. Getting eight hours of sleep each night helps the hormones work properly, which in turn will help curb your appetite. also your growth hormone is excreted during sleep–GH burns fat and rebuilds muscle!

4. Ask yourself why are you hungry. hunger. The next time you feel hungry between meals, when was the last time you ate. If it was less than three to four hours earlier, your stomach isn’t growling, and you’re not weak or tired, you’re probably using food as an emotional outlet, check yourself. What besides eating soothes you. Think positive thoughts of self-worth and you’ll choose activities and behaviors that contradict self-pity and self-destructiveness. Get a check-up from the neck up.

5. Don’t stress out. You will lose weight. Even if you’re eating a little more than the meal plan calorie allowance, you can still lose — it will just take a little longer. Exercise is also crucial. Working out harder and more often will help burn the extra calories you might take in if you have a bad day. Get to boot camp.

6. Do not beat yourself up! (leave that to me and our instructors). Sometimes you slip up, and that’s okay — healthy living is not an all out-or-nothing deal. I’m here for you, and I know you can do this. Believe in yourself and try to incorporate my suggestions into your life, and let’s see you do it.

7. Have a support system in place. Studies show that with an accountability partner or more, you
will have a 75% success rate compared to a 8% success rate without one. This is why the people
in our boot camps succeed so well. They are in a social circle of like minded individuals all supporting
each other to reach their goals. Get involved with a support system. This is the principle behind Weight Watchers, A.A, and any system devoted to yo succeeding. Plug in and stay connected.

To Your Health,
Randy Woody
Your Fat Loss Expert

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