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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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