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When it comes to techniques to lose weight, the same principles you've been hearing about for years still apply. The cornerstones of an effective diet fitness program involve a commitment to daily physical activity--or as close to daily as possible--and an awareness of the food you're eating, how it's prepared, and what the portion sizes are. Many people who have difficulty achieving their weight loss goals would be surprised at all the self-defeating things they're eating and doing--many of which they may not even be aware of.

A major challenge for dieters is eating healthfully at the office or when they’re traveling to and from appointments. Even though those holiday cookies, brownies, and other sweets have disappeared from most offices and businesses by now, there are still going to be plenty of mornings when a well-meaning boss or co-worker brings in donuts or home-made cookies for everyone to enjoy with their coffee. And then, of course, there’s the vending machines filled with every variety of junk food to content with! That problem is compounded by the temptation to pick up a cheeseburger and fries, a soda, and/or a sausage, egg, and cheese sandwich on the way to an appointment or work.

As the American Heart Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention emphasize, the best weight loss diets are the ones that involve a lifestyle change rather than just an on-again/off-again approach to staying healthy. In addition to a regular program of walking, exercising, and/or working out that your doctor approves, a good basis for a healthy diet/fitness program involves following some basis guidelines, such as the ones listed on the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s website.


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The American Heart Association (AHA) is one of the most credible websites to visit for information about foods that support a healthy heart and cardiovascular system. They provide some helpful specifics about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables, unrefined whole grain foods, and fish.

Healthy Fish to Eat

Since Omega-3 fatty acids are considered beneficial to heart health, the AHA recommends eating fish  at least twice a week in portion sizes of about 3.5 ounces. Among the healthy fish to eat that are listed on its website are salmon, trout, and herring. For a healthier heart, the Federal Drug Administration suggests increasing your consumption of fish and cutting back on red meat and poultry.

Quick Start Guide to Healthier Eating Habits

The FDA offers a nice summary of healthy eating habits and recommended dietary guidelines on its website. If you’re interested in starting a heart healthy weight loss diet, this article provides some basic tips and guidelines. It also offers some great tips on buying packaged food and how to make healthier, lower fat choices at restaurants. More and more restaurants seem to be listing calorie totals next to their menu items, which makes it easier to choose meals that support your dietary goals.

10 Foods for a Healthy Heart

Although everyone has different dietary needs and should consult a physician or registered dietician before embarking on a weight loss diet, here’s a list of foods (in no particular order) that would be considered “healthy” by virtually any standard.

  1. Fish, such as salmon, trout, herring, and sardines
  2. Nuts and seeds
  3. Beans and other legumes
  4. Leafy green salads
  5. Hummus
  6. Vegetables: broccoli, peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, cauliflower, etc.
  7. Fruit: apples, pears, bananas, citrus fruits, etc.
  8. Fiber-rich whole grains
  9. Fat-free dairy products
  10. Lean ground turkey (the starting point for a healthy meat loaf recipe)

If you’re looking for some low-fat, heart healthy recipes from a trustworthy source, check out the healthy recipes on healthyeating.nhlbi.nih.gov. It includes recipes for healthy snacks, healthy side dishes, and healthy lunches.

Whether your goal is to go on a heart-healthy weight loss diet or just  create a healthier lifestyle for you and your family, you can get some valuable tips from websites like the WebMD, the CDC, and  FDA.

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Now that one year has ended and another has begun, a lot of people have been jumping on the quick weight-loss bandwagon. “Jumping” would actually be a good start because you have to get physically moving to lose weight and be fit. However, the concept of quick weight loss brings up several issues:

  1. In a quick loss weight program, are your basic nutritional needs being met?
  2. Is the diet/fitness program you’re considering too strenuous or extreme for your existing level of fitness and health?
  3. If your objective is to lose weight quickly but not to maintain that weight loss, then that approach will inevitably result in frustration and the so-called yo-yo effect of dieting and exercise (allowing your body weight to go up and down).

Since the majority of people who go on and off diets and exercise programs do not achieve the long-lasting results they’re seeking, the crux of the problem may be a lack of resolve. If you’re going to go into a diet fitness program with a halfhearted or ambivalent attitude, then failure is almost guaranteed.

Writing about this topic brought to mind a saying that I clipped several years ago:

“A winner says, ‘I will!’ and succeeds. A loser says, ‘I’ll try,’ and fails.”

I don’t really like the word “loser” because it can be used in a very hurtful way, but for the purposes of this blog post, I’m using it to mean someone who does not attain their goals because of a lack of resolve.

If you’re a fan of the Star Wars movies, you may remember the advice Yoda gave to Luke Skywalker in The Empire Strikes Back: “You must unlearn what you have learned.” (Luke responds by saying, “Alright, I’ll give it a try.”) Yoda’s classic retort is:

“No! Try not.  Do… or do not. There is no try.”

Nobody is “a loser”, although many people have attitudes and belief systems which undermine their own chances of success in everything from their career and romantic life to weight loss goals and fitness programs. The good news about negative belief systems and self-defeating attitudes is that they can be changed. Similar to sticking with a fitness exercise program or weight loss diet, though, changing negative attitudes requires persistence and daily practice.

If you’d like to work on getting your attitudes and beliefs in shape, along with your body and health, here are a few e-books*, audio recordings, and other digital products that can help empower you to stay on a more positive path to exercise, health, and fitness success:

  1. Self Improvement: The Top 101 Experts: It’s been called “the greatest gold-mine of wisdom crammed into one product!” You can get your hands on the greatest and most powerful self-help resources on the planet for only $27.  Jack Canfield, co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul Series said:  “You can invest the next 30-40 years searching for answers or can buy this now.”
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If you’re going to embark on a diet fitness program, this year, it would be helpful, if not essential, to simultaneously work on eliminating the effects of self-sabotaging thoughts and behaviors. This is an attainable goal if you make up your mind to believe in yourself and the value of your exercise, health, and fitness goals.

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Fitness Model Posters

Searching online for fitness model posters? Whether you’re looking for fitness models running, doing yoga, or lifting weights, there’s a wide selection to choose from. Displaying fitness model posters in your home, workout area, or dorm room is not only a great way to remind you to exercise, but fitness model pics are also ideal for decorating gyms, yoga studios, and health clubs. Need inspiration or motivation for dieting, exercising, or weight lifting? Consider some of the following fitness model posters, below, that you can purchase online. In addition to making your walls a lot more interesting to look at, they’ll also serve as a reminder to spend a few hours every week in the gym, in the yoga studio, or on the running trail. The benefits of exercising and maintaining a healthier lifestyle range from having more energy and self esteem to mood enhancement and stress relief. Click on any of the fitness model pictures below to purchase it or to check out a more extensive selection of fitness model posters.

 

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There are a lot of ways to encourage yourself to start and sustain a fitness exercise program, although the “power of suggestion” and positive thinking are two of the cornerstones of any long-term exercise/health/fitness program. As motivational author and seminar leader Anthony Robbins has been saying for years, the way you communicate with yourself has a profound effect on the your actions, habits, and achievements. Another well-known international author and speaker, Dr. Wayne Dyer, has written an entire book on “The Power of Intention.” A third school of thought that has attracted a lot of attention over the past few years is the Law of Attraction. That philosophy can be summed up in the catch phrase “Energy Flows Where Attention Goes.” Oprah Winfrey described it succinctly in a program she aired about “The Secret,” in which she said, “We create our own circumstances by the choices we make, and the choices we make are fueled by our thoughts. So our thoughts are the most powerful thing we have.”

Clarifying in your own mind what you want to achieve is the starting point to making progress and getting there, and that applies to your exercise, health, and fitness goals as much as it applies to your finances, career, or relationships. If you want to strengthen your intention to succeed in a fitness exercise program, weight loss diet, or fitness program for weight loss, there are a number of self-help motivational tools that can help you clarify your intentions and achieve your goals.

Motivation, intention, and a positive mental attitude are crucial elements of a successful weight loss diet or fitness exercise program, and those three pillars of achievement will be among the ongoing themes of this blog.


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Get Moving

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If you’ve been a couch potato for far too long, now it the time to get started on some kind of fitness exercise program. It’s not necessary or advisable to exercise every day because you don’t want to risk getting bored with it or burnt out. As far as strength training an muscle building goes, the conventional wisdom has always been to exercise different muscle groups from one day to the next. With that approach, you give your muscles a chance to recover from the exertion and build themselves up.

Before embarking on a fitness exercise program, it’s always a good idea to discuss it with your medical doctor. In the majority of cases, doctors strongly recommend that their patients exercise to work out, but some people do have physical and medical limitations.

From a psychological standpoint, it’s beneficial to eliminate as many mental barriers to a fitness exercise program as possible. With that in mind, if your doctor gives you the green light to exercise and to work out, you’ll be that much more motivated to jump in with both feet, so to speak.


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If you’re looking for ways to motivate yourself to start and stick with a fitness exercise program, one self-help motivational strategy is to surround yourself with encouraging messages, motivational posters, and positive reminders. Your objective for 2014 should not only be to get started on a fitness exercise program that’s tailored to your lifestyle, goals, and physical condition, but also to keep the momentum going indefinitely.

There are a lot of techniques and strategies for staying motivated toward a fitness exercise program, including working with an exercise coach or fitness instructor. It’s also helpful to have a friend or significant other to exercise with. That way, you can encourage, support, and hold each other accountable to sticking with your fitness exercise program and weight loss diet.

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Heart Health Weight Loss Diet

As we enter 2014, there are thousands of people online, right now, searching for the quickest weight loss diets to shed those extra pounds they gained between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. With all those parties, decadent deserts, and dinner parties, it’s a safe bet to say that most people have packed on a few extra pounds. Perhaps you’re among the segment of the population which has been overweight for more than just the past few months.

The quickest weight loss diets are not necessarily the best because they might not take into account the nutritional needs or heart-healthy requirements of the dieter. If you’re looking for a heart-healthy weight loss diet, the best place to start is with advice from the National Institutes of Health, which offers the following recommendations:  “A heart-healthy diet includes a variety of fruits, vegetables and whole grains, as well as lean meats, poultry, fish, beans and fat-free or low-fat dairy products. Try to avoid saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium (salt) and added sugar.” If one of your primary goals for 2014 is to follow a heart-healthy weigh loss diet, you might want to read the entire article that that excerpt was taken from. It’s called Take Steps to Reduce Heart Risks.

When it comes to safe and effective techniques to lose weight, conventional wisdom is often the best source to tap into for guidelines and advice. One source of credible information and advice on a heart-healthy weight loss diet may be a registered dietician in your area. They’re not only trained to provide you with customized guidelines for losing weight and lowering your cholesterol, but they can also help you monitor your progress and keep you on track with your nutritional and weight loss goals. Some medical practices even have dieticians on their staff who can help you get started on a healthier lifestyle.

As far as a fitness program for weight loss, many gyms, exercise classes, or fitness coaches can provide the support and encouragement you need. Assuming you don’t have any preexisting conditions that make exercising dangerous, one of the most productive things you could do to improve your health and shed those extra pounds would be to get involved in some sort of organized program. The next hurdle, of course, would be sticking with it, but it all comes down to how committed you are to making a change in your health, appearance, and overall well being. Strong personal commitment and motivation are prerequisites to a successful heart-healthy weight loss diet or fitness program for weight loss.

Here are a handful of quick weight loss tips to consider as you look for effective ways to control the battle of the bulge and sculpt a healthier and more attractive body.

  1. Avoid grocery shopping when you’re hungry! It’s human nature to buy more junk food when you’re hungry.
  2. Keep lots of fresh fruit and vegetables in the house and use them to curb your appetite between meals. Bring healthy snacks to your office or workplace, too. Eating high-fat or sugary snacks between meals and in the evening is one of the major contributors to weight problems, high cholesterol, and struggles with weight loss.
  3. Look for opportunities to sneak in some exercise in between errands and daily tasks. Things like climbing stairs instead of taking the escalator or parking your car a distance away from the grocery store or shopping center are a couple ways to burn off extra calories. If your co-workers take a walk during lunch, join them!
  4. Avoid the temptation of cookies, ice cream, donuts, and potato chips by trying not to keep them in your house or apartment at all. If you can’t stop “cold turkey”, then just buy them once in a while and in small quantities.
  5. Portion control can make a huge difference in the progress you make with your heart-healthy weight loss diet and/or fitness program for weight loss. Consider using a smaller plate at dinner time or just leaving more empty space on it. Avoiding second helpings will also help you succeed in shedding those extra pounds and feeling better about yourself–not to mention being healthier.
  6. Avoid negative thinking and negative self talk because that will undermine your efforts to lose weight as much as second helpings and cookie-dough ice cream would. If you adopt an attitude of “I can do this” and “I’m making progress” instead of “What’s the use?” or “Why do I even try?”, then you’ll be increasing your chances of success exponentially. You have to believe in yourself and value yourself enough to persevere and stick with it until you produce the desired results. Then, of course, your objective will be to maintain those healthy habits.
  7. To demonstrate to yourself that you’re serious about achieving your weight loss goals, take a “before” picture of yourself at the beginning of your weight loss diet. If you start out in your program with the strong intention to be successful, then it will help fuel your efforts and keep you motivated to continue. Plan on taking an “after” picture at the end of six months that you’ll really be proud of.
  8. If the thought of snacking on things like raw carrots, apples, cucumber slices, bananas, citrus fruit, grapes, or sliced peppers makes  you want to give up your weight loss diet before you’ve even started, then compare the sacrifices of eating healthfully with the discomfort of not being able to fit into your clothes or worrying about your coronary health. It’s a trade-off that will be well worth the sacrifice.
  9. Try to vary your exercise program to keep it interesting. For example, one day you could take a half-hour walk in your neighborhood, the next day could spend some time on a treadmill or elliptical machine, and another day you could do some power-walking at your local shopping mall or public park.
  10. Stay positive, ignore discouraging comments from others, and remind yourself that your diet and fitness program will help you have more energy, improve your self esteem, and look your best. It may also help you miss fewer days from work, reduce your health care costs, and give you a competitive advantage in your career. Eating more healthfully, looking and feeling your best, and strengthening your cardiovascular system will also improve the overall quality of your life, enable you to be more productive, and help you live longer.

Here are some e-books*, audio/video programs*, and other resources which may help you stay on track and accelerate your progress in your heart-healthy weight loss diet, 2014 New Year’s resolutions,  and fitness program for weight loss:

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*Note: All of the above digital products are sold with an unconditional money-back guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied, you’ll receive a full refund, no questions asked. F.Y.I.: I am a compensated affiliate and have not had the opportunity to personally evaluate all these products. At this point, I don’t personally endorse any of these programs. I would, however, be interested in your experiences with these informational products and weight loss programs–both positive and negative. If you purchase any of the above  e-books, audio programs, fitness programs for weight loss, and weight loss diets, please let me know what you think! Feel free to email me at prowriter30years@yahoo.com . Your feedback will help me evaluate the programs and products featured in this blog.

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