7 Weight Loss Tips And Tricks That Actually Work

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by Healthoria.com

This is the holy grail of weight loss tips. The end and the beginning of everything fitness related. You will leave this article feeling like a weight loss god, and will probably lose 2-3 pounds before you finish reading.

Yeah, they’re that good.

Black Coffee

So this is a little gross, but it’s truly one of the best calorie cutting tricks. You don’t have to do this everyday, but if you think you ate a few too many calories the day before you can make up some ground by drinking black coffee the following morning.

Just the coffee. No creamer. No sugar.

Take small sips over an hour, chugging it may cause vomiting and stuff. Black coffee, with nothing added, has the power to kill your appetite for several hours and give you a bit of a metabolism boost with the caffeine.

The Before Dinner Meal

This seems impractical, but it works. There are going to be days, and events for work or family that have the potential to devastate your diet plan. One really bad day, gorging at a table of tacos and potato salad can wipe away weeks of dieting.

If you’re heading off to an event, where you know there will be piles and piles of delicious food you shouldn’t be eating — eat before you get there. A large bowl of vegetables is the best option.

Not a snack, mind you. We’re talking an obscenely large bowl of vegetables.

The shear volume of food, combined with the high fiber content will make you feel like you’re going to explode if you eat more than one taco. No salads or lettuce either.

Steamed broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots will do the trick.

Related: Losing weight over age 40

Yohimbine

There are few supplements that are safe, and directly break down fat. Yohimbine is among the few that does more than just increase your heart rate. There are certain stubborn fat cells that have developed a resistance to being mobilized.

These are the fatty areas on your body that refuse to go away, no matter how much you diet. Yohimbine negates the ability to resist being mobilized by stubborn fat cells.

Interestingly, the effects of Yohimbine can also be negated by insulin so you should only use this supplement 30 minutes prior to cardiovascular exercise, and must be used on an empty stomach.

Eating before taking this supplement is pointless.

Water, Water, And More Water

It can feel like a chore to constantly drink water consistently throughout the day, but the rewards far outway the effort. You’ll retain less water (weigh less), break down fat more efficiently, feel satiated after meals, and have better skin.

No, drinking a Pepsi every hour doesn’t count.

Fiber Supplements

High fiber food isn’t for everyone. Some people truly detest broccoli with an impressive, well developed hatred. They have reasons, I’m not judging.

But it’s important to have fiber in your system while dieting. It aids digestion, and will help you feel full after meals. This limits hunger cravings an hour after dinner, and helps you feel satisfied after eating.

If you’re not a broccoli person taking 2-3 fiber pills a day is the answer.

Related: How to lose 50 pounds or more

Use Smaller Plates

This seems so silly, but it’s been scientifically proven to be true. Our perception of the amount of food on our plate influences the amount we eat. When you use a large plate, the amount of food on it appears smaller.

This leads to cleaning the entire plate, and even wanting more because the portion “appeared” small to you. When you use a small plate, the amount of food on it appears greater because it takes up more surface area.

Create Accountability

Training Partner. If you know someone is counting on you to drag yourself to the gym it increases motivation by 237%. Okay, I made that number up, but it does improve accountability because you aren’t just letting yourself down. You’d also be letting your friend down by skipping a workout. This buddy system is essential to long term weight loss goals and can make exercising more fun.

Write It Down. There’s an app for everything with tons of weight loss and calorie tracking programs for you to use. In my experience, apps make the process of tracking your calories easier to complete, but also makes it easier to avoid.

People just stop opening the app. It’s out of sight and out of mind. When you start using a written journal, and keep it open on your desk or nightstand it stares you in the face everyday. It makes the habit easier to enforce, because it’s harder to avoid.

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