Top 10 Weight Loss Tips Part 2, Nutrition Information, Psychetruth

Have you tried a thousand different diets?
Every time a new diet comes around, you give it a try? Have you lost a
lot of weight on a diet, but then gained it back almost immediately once you
go off the diet? Have you ever wondered, “Is there a way to lose weight without being
hungry all the time? Today I want to give you some of the best weight loss advice ever. So there are a lot of products out there that
have a label on there that says “diet” or “low” or “No fat,” “Sugar Free,” different
claims like that. Usually those foods, in order to justify that
label that they have actually have some strange chemical or something
like that added to them and that actually makes them a lot unhealthier than the original
food that they are trying to substitute for. The other thing is sometimes we eat them and
we think that they’re healthy and so, what it does to our minds is, “oh, I had a
Diet Coke, so I can splurge and eat this piece of cake later. Well, the truth is, just because it says diet
on it, or low-fat, or no sugar, does not mean that it’s a healthy food. Another thing about
these foods, especially in the case of Diet Coke and these other foods that are sugar
free, they contain artificial sweetners. Those artificial sweetners are still going
to cause an insulin response in your body, because it’s thinking that it’s having something
sweet. It’s still going to bottom out your blood sugar and it’s going
to end up making you hungry. So, if you’ve ever noticed, for me, I used
to be a big cereal eater, and I would eat a big bowl of cereal in the morning, and within
about an hour I was suddenly way more hungry than I ever was before I ate the cereal,
and it turns out that it’s because of all the sugar contained in that food. So,
things that really spike our blood sugar, and even things with artificial sweetners,
are going to, once your body has dealt with all that sugar, make you end up way hungrier
than you were before. Even though a lot of these items that are
diet or non-fat or whatever really are claiming that they really are better, they
have us thinking that they’re going to be better for us, they’re just not, and you’re
better off just having the normal ones, and then add in some extra servings of fruits
and vegetables than to eat that diet or whatever, substitute that may be feeling
that you’re doing something good for yourself. My next tip is to be wary of nutritional claims.
So again, you’ve got all those diet, sugar-free, Low-fat claims on foods, but the
fact of the matter is, the foods that are really going to promote health and are
really going to help us lose weight the most are foods that don’t have any nutritional
claims at all, so the fruits and vegetables that come out of the produce section, the
lean meats that we get from the deli section, but the foods that come from the big food
manufacturers and things like that, just because they have a claim on them, like
they’re diet or low-fat or whatever, doesn’t necessarily make them healthy. If
we can start being a little more wary of those nutritional claims and opting for
foods that maybe don’t have nutritional claims at all, we’ll start seeing our health improve
drastically. My next tip has to do with dealing with that
feeling of guilt that we feel when we eat something. I know this personally, when I go out and
splurge on a big piece of pie or ice cream I feel guilty afterwards, like, “Man, I probably
shouldn’t have eaten that,” and that’s a really tough thing to deal with, those feelings
of guilt. The best way to nip that in the bud is to start eating good foods. You just really
can’t eat too many good foods. You can’t get fat eating carrots and apples. The more that you’re
integrating good foods, especially the more you are replacing the bad foods, you’re going
to cut down on those feelings of guilt. You don’t have to feel guilty if you ate five
apples. You don’t feel guilty if you ate twenty carrots. And once those feelings of
guilt go away that will really contribute to you being able to feel better about your diet,
feel more confident, and not getting all bogged down with those dieting blues, so to speak.
So, eliminating guilt by eating more good foods and replacing bad foods with good ones is
one of the best tips I have received. It has worked for me and I think it can work
for you, too. My next recommendation is to grow some gratitude
for your body. When we’re looking at eating choices, the main thing we are faced
with is instant gratification of how good this food tastes versus what are the actual
long term effects of that food. Is it going to make me feel full? Is it going to make me
feel hungry later? Is it actually going to contribute to my health or contribute to my
ill health? Is it going to make me gain weight? So when you are kind of holding those two
different options on either side; the instant gratification versus the long
term benefits of whole foods. It’s really important that you have some gratitiude for
your body. Our bodies carry us around everywhere, they allow us to pick things up,
hold them, carry them, give them to other people. Pretty much any of us in
our job are probably using our hands throughout the day or actually even doing
hard labor with our body. When I was able to realize all of the amazing
things that my body is doing for me at any given time I really had a lot more
gratitude for it and I wanted to do things that were good for my body and it made me
realize, you know what? It is really important for me to do something that is good for my
body than to just do something because it feels good. So, if you’re somebody who, you know, who
is constantly in that decision and you always go for the bad food and you’re always
going for the instant gratification, make yourself a list and write down everything
that you can think of that you are grateful to your body for, and I mean, down to every
last little thing; the fact that you can feel, the fact that you can touch, that it
keeps you warm when it’s cold outside. All of these different things are going to
help us grow gratitude for our bodies and feel better about doing right for our
bodies, and when we’re faced with that instant gratification versus something that’s
better for the long haul, we’ll really have more understanding of why those benefits are
important and of wanting to something that’s good for our body because that’s how
much we appreciate it. We want to fuel it the best that we can so
that it can perform at its best and it’s going to last a really long time,
and it’s going to feel good. We’re going to have energy and just feel good
and feel positive about things. That has a lot to do with how much gratitude
you have for your body. My next tip is to learn as much about nutrition
as you possibly can. You don’t have to go out and become a clinical nutritionist
or anything, but in general, the more that you understand your body and
the more that you understand the way different foods are going to have
different effects on the body the more able you are going to be to make
good decisions about food and to feel more confident about the decisions you are making
about foods. The more understanding you are about your body and about nutrition
and how it all works, the better you’re going to feel about going
out and making good decisions and the more all of the information out there
is going to be less confusing to you because you’re actually going to have your
own understanding of nutrition and what’s good for you. In a future video I’m going to give you ten
easy healthy snack ideas. The best way to prevent yourself from making a bad eating
decision is to never get to that state of extreme hunger. So, if you’ve got some
healthy snacks with you at all times you’re not going to have to get something
out of the vending machine or stop at the drive thru really quick because you’re
in a hurry. Stay tuned for a future video where I’ll actually give you some of those
really great snack ideas. In another video I’m going to tell you why
people gain weight. We’ve got the main jist of most diets as how much you eat, counting calories,
or send off something and that’s all the food you can eat. There’s an emphasis
on how much we’re eating and I’m going to tell you why it’s so important what you’re eating
and actually tell you why people gain weight so you can stop gaining weight and
start losing it. Thanks so much for watching. I hope that this
video is useful to you. Please give me a thumbs up if you like this video, if you’d
like to see more of it. Please leave me a comment letting me know any questions you
may have about any of the tips that I gave today, especially if you have a tip that I
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Thank you so much and have a good one!

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