Lose Weight Quickly With Advice From Dr. Oz

Dr. Oz has quickly become one of America's premier go to people for weight loss advice.  He himself, has lost weight and he instructs millions of Americans each day on how to lose weight effectively, and quickly and keep it off.  He has developed to secrets that will help you along your weight loss journey.  He calls these 10 steps to weight loss "Dr. Oz's 10 Weight Loss Commandments."

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Dr. Oz's 10 Weight Loss Commandments


Do Not Wear Pants that Stretch

When you wear clothes that stretch it is often hard to tell if you have gained weight since the stretchy material conforms to your waist size. It is best not to wear pants that stretch so that you can get a better ideas when you are gaining too much weight, when it gets hard to zip and snap.


Do Not Keep Fat Clothes in Your Closet

If you have lose weight do not keep the old "fat clothes" in  your closet.  Donate them to a good clothing charity.  When you have them readily available it is far too easy to lose focus on your diet and fall back into the unhealthy cycle that caused you to fit inot the "fat clothes" in the first place. If you don't have them, you will less likely be tempted.


Do Not Eat Meat From Animals That Walks on Four Legs More Than Once a Week

According to Dr. Oz, "meat that comes from an animal with 4 legs is higher in saturated fat (the unhealthy kind) than that which comes from 2-legged animals such as chickens, or animals with no legs, like fish".  Dr. Oz also states that women who eat a great amount of red meat more than once weekly increase their chances of dying from heart disease by 50 percent.


Do Not Graze Throughout the Day

It is difficult to track how much calories you are eating when you graze through the day.  Have a set schedule of what you are going to eat, when you are going to eat it and stick to that schedule. Keeping a food journal helps you stick to the schedule and control what you eat.


Do Not Eat Meals After 7:30pm

Eating after 7:30 pm may be too close to bedtime and you may not have the time to work off those extra calories before retiring for the evening.  Also, being that it is so late, you may be eating while watching television or relaxing with the family and you are less apt to paying attention to the amount of calories you consume.


Do Not Pile Food More than 1 Inch High or Within 2 Inches The Edge Of The Plate

Some cultures like to pile on the food onto the plate until it is over-flowing off the sides.  Use caution when putting food on your plate and exercise portion control.  More food equals more calories equals more weight.


Do Not Chew Food Less than 20 Times Each Bite

By chewing your food properly, it allows your body the appropriate "feeling full" sensation.  The more you chew, the more your body thinks you are eating. Chewing your food properly also helps with better digestion and distribution of nutrients.


Do Not Eat Off Other People's Plate

Nibbling from other people's plates or snacks can add up to 1000 extra calories daily.  It's easy to do that as a stay at home parent with children you have to feed during the day or even at the office where everyone always has food.  Exercise restraint.


Do Not Carry Small Bills

Stay away from vending machine impulse buying by not carrying around small bills and loose change with you.  If you do not have it, you cannot spend it and you cannot binge on food you will enjoy now but regret later.


Do Not Eat While Standing Up

Eating standing up does not give you the same awareness of fullness as your body would if you were sitting down. While sitting down, you eat more slowly which gives your body time to tell you that you are full.  You do not have the same luxury while standing.


 Note: Always make sure you check with  your doctor before starting any new diet plan, or taking natural weight loss pills or any other type of weight loss pills. For a comprehensive list of diet plan reviews you may  press here.



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