Keep track of your progress with this weekly worksheet. (You can download unlimited free copies.) Documenting your daily progress is powerful. As you stay on task, you’ll confirm your progress as your worksheets fill up. And, you’ll be really learning your new habits for weight control.
Every day, as you’re getting ready for bed, check off which habits you’ve been able to practice successfully that day at least once. Post this worksheet in your bathroom where you will see it first thing in the morning to be reminded, and last thing at night to review your day. You could also carry a copy in your purse, for on-the-go accountability.
Try to increase the numbers of your checked boxes every week.
If you have been challenged by practicing any habit, reread the relevant chapter in Weight Control that Works and refresh your commitment.
Lack of sleep affects your appetite and your willpower. Your brain, and the proper balance of powerful hormones that regulate appetite and willpower depend on you getting enough rest. If you struggle to get a good night’s sleep, try applying these helpful tips.
The easiest way to find out if your weight is proportional and healthy for your height is to find your place on the Body Mass Index Chart. Look down the left side for your height, then across for your weight. Up at the top will be your BMI ranking. Down at the bottom, you’ll see if you fall into one of the following three categories: Healthy Weight, Overweight and Obese.
Keep these breakfast foods in your cabinet and refrigerator and you will always be ready to start the day right
The place to start is accepting that there is absolutely no nutritional reason you need to eat any form of added sugar, cooked sugar, sweet drinks or sweeteners of any kind. We eat sweeteners for pleasure only. You can get all the glucose your body needs from vegetables, legumes, grains and meat.
Follow these tips to reduce the amount of added sugars in your diet.