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Sunday, January 27, 2008
Diet sabotage doesn't come in the form of a chocolate layer cake. Some dangerous diet derailers are unexpected. Here are a few to look out for:

1. You're Not Eating Enough
Going long periods without food causes dips in blood sugar that can lead to cravings and binges. Plus, a diet only works in the long terms if you can stick to it -- and total deprivation is impossible to sustain.

2.You Want a Quick Fix
Fancy exercise machines or pills may be tempting, but think instead about walking and making healthier food choices. There is no easy way to drop pounds. Steer clear of anything that promises results with little or no effort.

3. You Let Friends and Family Tempt You With Bad Choices
Your loved ones may not realize how important this lifestyle change is to you. They also may worry that you won't partake in certain activities (such as eating out). Assure them that you will but that you'll make different choices. Even better, ask them to be your weight-loss buddies.

4. You're Skimping on Sleep
New studies show that not getting enough rest actually may cause you to gain weight. Although the specific reason is not known, researchers suspect that lack o sleep affects metabolism. Be discipline about getting in your eight hours.

(SOURCE: Abstracted from PARADE MAGAZINE The All-America GET FIT PROGRAM/Get support to loss wight at Parade.com0
posted by infraternam meam @ 11:30 AM  
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