With 2017 over half over, it's still not too late to consider Losing Weight. Fall brings a new opportunity for a new wardrobe, and working out is easier with the cooler weather. The latest weight loss trends allow dieters to make simple changes for better and faster results. The latest science also shows dieters how to get better results by showing which foods actually work for losing weight.

Simple tweaks make a big difference

NBC News reported that there were seven simple swaps that dieters could make to achieve lasting weight loss results. Making small changes instead of bigger changes gives dieters a higher chance of success.

One study said that smaller and easier changes to eating habits on a regular basis led to weight loss success. The first step that dieters may want to consider is to make one small change per day beginning with cutting calories. There are also simple swaps dieters can make that include switching coffee. Instead of a high sugar latte, use unsweetened almond milk and cinnamon. Avoid drinking sodas at all and substitute zoodles for pasta. Zoodles are zucchini that has been cut into pasta-like pieces. This can be a great substitute for those who have diabetes or fatty liver disease because it helps to lower insulin.

Philly Voice reported that splurging on an extravagant breakfast offers its own weight loss perks.

In a study that reviewed 50,000 dieters over the course of seven years, researchers discovered that having larger meals earlier in the day rather than eating a large lunch or dinner led to a lower body mass index. Dieters need to be aware that the study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, was completed on Seventh Day Adventists, who had certain dietary guidelines that other adults don't have.

The findings do show that a large breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Calories vs exercise findings

The Chicago Tribune reported that to achieve successful weight loss, exercise is important. To lose weight, dieters need to focus on calories. Although exercise is good for dieters, it won't help dieters achieve weight loss without cutting calories.

Exercise will help to keep the extra pounds off. Cutting calories will help dieters with getting the weight off. Marc Reitman, chief of diabetes, endocrinology and obesity branch of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases said that although exercise was great for being healthy, he believed that overeating is what causes obesity.

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