Some people make many mistakes with trying to Lose Weight. It starts with making a New Year's resolution at the beginning of the year. We all know this lasts for a couple of weeks, and then back to your regular regime before the New Year's resolution was made. You or someone you know always makes this plan and follows back short on it. This plan or idea is so outdated that no one really takes it seriously anymore.

Also, people control their bodily self-image based on celebrities and models. Almost a decade ago the Ideal Body Size was slim fit and now the ideal body size is big breast and butts.

This is the image the media sends out to the public. Just like these celebrities, find out How To maintain a nice body and healthy eating regime.

Make a couple of lists

This step is important because it will help you realize what type of food are consuming into your body. Make a list of foods you "should" and "should not" eat. Also, make a list of all the "healthy" and "unhealthy" foods, this will let you know how healthy and unhealthy you are. These lists can be made on paper or on the internet.


Some people think that eating less will get them to their desired weight. Well, they are wrong because the body needs food. Eating fewer calories is actually bad. Eating more calories is bad as well.

A person needs to find a common ground what snacks to get. Note: Eating a less 6 meals a day in small calories is ideal for losing weight faster.


Some people forget to include exercise in their losing weight plan. When a person forgets to include exercise they limit themselves to doing cardio. Cardio helps the body burn calories faster.

Note: Cardio is any exercise that boosts the heart rate.

List of easy possible cardio exercises:






After exercising the muscles are going to be screaming for Protein! After finishing your exercises a body has up to 48 hours to get protein in their body. The more protein that is consumed into the body during this time allows the muscles to get the protein that it needs.

Make a schedule

If you are someone that gets distracted quickly, then making a schedule of what to eat is more ideal. Making a schedule is one key way to manage what you consume in your body. To even limit the strictness, allow your cheat days to be on the weekends. Try to follow your schedule for a least 2 to 4 weeks before changing it around. This will give your body time to adjust. Also, give you time to see if the schedule is right for you.

Figure out desired calorie intake

Everyone should be aware that the necessary or average calorie intake is 2,000. To discuss your needed calorie intake consult your doctor or nutritionist. As consuming the wrong amount of calories could be harmful to anyone's body.

Follow steps 1-6

This last step is very important and all steps should be followed and reviewed carefully. Losing weight could be challenging but all you need to do is stick to a plan.