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Rather than eating bad foods and spending hours working it off, instead eat GOOD foods, only do exercise that’s fun for you (hiking, playing with your kids, biking, yoga), and then enjoy the rest of your day.

For me getting screwed means I lost only between 6-9 lbs for 7 days of hardship. But every time I did it and stuck to it for the 7 days with original as per detailed, I lost 12 lbs to 16.5 lbs in 7 days. I’ve never reached the 17 lbs yet but it’s looking damn good this week as I am on day 2 and almost 2 lbs down. First, you lose a bit of water, clean your bowels, and burn fat on the first 3 days I would say.

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That’s great you’ve moved to a more Paleo diet Emma! Added muscle will almost certainly be playing a part. I find exactly the same with fruit, it always makes me hungrier. I find it best just to avoid nuts now, I’d rather have none than just 5 or 6!

If you have a slip-up, this is no reason to give up. Giving in to temptation and overeating doesn’t have to mean the end of your healthy eating plan. After the overeating episode, just resume the healthy eating plan and forgive yourself.

There is a time and a place for being really strict with your diet, like when you have food intolerance, allergy, or sensitivity, or when you’re facing other chronic health problems. Elite athletes and other high-performing people will also need to stay strict with a diet.

Open up a big bag of baby carrots and dip them into your freshly made no-oil-added, no-salt-added hummus. Simply whip up in your food processor a can of no-salt-added chickpeas/garbanzo beans, fresh tomatoes, lemon juice, garlic, a jalapeno pepper (if you like your hummus hot and spicy), and fresh herbs like cilantro and dill. Add a little water, if necessary, until the desired consistency is achieved.

Paleo Weight Loss Takeaway: Stock your pantry and refrigerator with whole-food Paleo ingredients that require thoughtfulness to prepare. When serving food, use smaller plates and bowls, and eat with a minimal number of distractions. For more tips, visit Mindlesseating.org. 

Write up a meal plan. Even without following a specific diet, writing up a personalized meal plan may help you lose weight. You can design your own plan, whether you want to count calories, monitor carbs, or focus on protein. Use your meal plan to design your own easy-to-follow and enjoyable eating pattern.

It is all about the quantity of food eaten and the activity levels of the individual. There is no problem with making the food palatable/tasty. But if someone can’t loose weight on paleo, then he/she is eating too many calories. In this case they need to eat more veggies and less fat. We can’t fool nature and calories do count even while eating paleo.

Chocolate Cookies – Top off the day with a few chocolate cookies and put a checkmark in the box next to “Rock It Out This Week”. Can you believe you’ve already made it through your first week of a diet? It’s amazing how good Paleo can make you feel without making you feel deprived, or that you’re missing out on all of the good things in life, like chocolate.

Choose a 10-inch lunch plate instead of a 12-inch dinner plate to automatically eat less. Cornell’s Brian Wansink, PhD, found in test after test that people serve more and eat more food with larger dishes. Shrink your plate or bowl to cut out 100-200 calories a day — and 10-20 pounds in a year. In Wansink’s tests, no one felt hungry or even noticed tricks of the eye shaved 200 calories off their daily intake.

Instead of piling everything on one plate, bring food to the table in individual courses. For the first two courses, bring out soup or veggies such as a green salad or the most filling fruits and vegetables. By the time you get to the more calorie-dense foods, like meat and dessert, you’ll be eating less or may already be full. Nothing wrong with leftovers!

That Dr. Phil book is great! I went out and bought it on your recommendation Tim, because stress eating is a major problem for me. Thanks for pointing it out. The book by the way, is The Ultimate Weight Solution, The 7 Keys to Weight Loss Freedom.

If you like alcohol but want to lose weight, then it may be best to stick to spirits (like vodka) mixed with a non-caloric beverage. Beer, wine and sugary alcoholic beverages are very high in calories.

Reduce water retention by: Taking dandelion extract, as it has been proven to reduce water retention, drinking coffee, as studies suggest that caffeine can help you burn more fat and lose excess water, and mind your intolerances such as gluten or lactose, which can lead to excessive water retention and bloating. 

You can find most of what you need to know online, but a book makes a handy reference. “The Paleo Diet,” for example, outlines basic Paleo principles and offers three “levels” that allow for different degrees of cheating – three “open meals” per week on the “entry level” plan, two on “maintenance” and just one on “maximal.” Depending on the level, you might also get “transitional” condiments (low-fat dressing and salsa) and drinks (coffee, beer or wine in moderation) to wash down the meat and plants. You can use the levels as you like. Start with the first and move gradually to the more restrictive – or just stay put. For more dramatic changes, head right to the third.

Stepping on the scale regularly. Most participants weigh themselves at least once a week, and just over a third make weighing a daily practice. Researchers speculate that this habit allows people to detect a small weight gain and take action before the problem escalates.

I’d focus on her diet first. I wouldn’t jump to calorie counting yet. Instead, I’d first have her log everything she currently eats for a week. Then, I’d start making very small changes to her diet that she can handle. Maybe that means a few less sodas (don’t eliminate yet), or maybe that means adding veggies to one of her meals. Small changes until they become habit. Then repeat.

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