Losing fat is undoubtedly one of the most difficult tasks an individual will endure in their life. It takes discipline, sacrifice, focus, and most importantly time and patience. After a person loses weight, one of two things will happen. The person will either keep the weight off, which rarely happens, or the person will rebound and gain it all back (most times even more than before the diet). Then, weeks or months later, the individual decides to make that weight loss journey again. However, they come to find it isn’t quite as easy this time around. They use the same diet/training methods, and work twice as hard. Eventually, the weight comes off. Then, here comes Thanksgiving, and then Christmas. What do you know? They gained all the
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Every good diet adresses portion sizes. The easiest way to determine the best portion, is to go by servings. Serving sizes can be found at the top of all nutrtition labels. Some foods won’t have labels, and it’s 2016.. So, google them! Once you know the serving, it is time to measure it out correctly. Depending on the seriousness and/or the design of the diet, there are 3 possible methods to measuring portions. These methods are: the food scale, measuring cups and spoons, and visual comparison. Although, your diet may gear towards a particular style, a well balanced dieter will understand how to do all of them. Trust me, there will be a time where one will work, and the others will not- that’s life. I would recommend using Myfitnesspal.com for tracking and recording, however, a pad and pen will work.
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