If you want success with losing weight you need to keep one thing in mind. Journalists who have absolutely no knowledge about nutrition and health often write about dieting advice in the media. The same information you may be following day-to-day in the hope of achieving your goal.
There aren’t any secrets or fancy ways to lose weight. Sure enough there are some crazy ways to lose weight but it doesn’t stay off!
A few principles and guidelines is all it takes to keep weight off permanently. These principles and guidelines sound too authoritarian for most people so magazine editors stay away from them and invent sexy headlines and crazy diet plans instead.
There’s no quick fix and no secrets to sell and definitely no magic pills or potions that will do the trick.
I’m speaking from personal and professional experience. The diet industry is a big con. Granted it helps some people but it has a very small success rate. The point I am trying to make is take responsibility for your own outcome.
Take time to research what you think may be stopping you from reaching your goal. If you’re not sure speak to a few professionals and assess the information that is the most relevant to you.