15 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Fat Loss

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Do you feel like you’re constantly on a diet and yet you still can’t seem to shift those stubborn pounds? Are you doing the correct amount of exercise but still the weight isn’t coming off? If you feel like you’re doing everything you can but not hitting your goals, it may be because you’re accidentally sabotaging your best intentions. Here are 15 self-sabotaging habits you should be looking out for.

1. You equate starving yourself with dieting

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You equate starving yourself with dieting

Missing breakfast means consuming fewer calories, which means weight loss, right? Wrong. Eating a protein-heavy breakfast not only gets your metabolism going but also keeps you full until lunchtime, making you less likely to snack.

 

2. You assume things that claim to be healthy actually are healthy

You assume things that claim to be healthy actually are healthy

For example, you might assume that you can’t go wrong with a smoothie but shockingly this innocent smoothie has just as much sugar as 3.5 Krispy Kreme donuts! Shop-bought smoothies are often laden with sugar and, sometimes, calorific dairy. Invest in a good-quality blender and make your own at home.

 

3. You binge as a reward

You binge as a reward

If you’re ultra strict with yourself all week and use it as an excuse to go mad on the weekend, you will still be consuming too many calories. Moderation is the key to sustained weight loss.

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