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How to manage your weight

How to manage your weight

Tips on how to manage Your Body Weight

When it comes to managing your weight, you have to understand the foods that you consume, as well as the beverages, such as sodas and whatnot.

Weight gain

 Weight Gain comes from just simply eating too much - consuming too many calories will put you in a calorie surplus. To decrease weight, you must eat less, consume less/fewer calories throughout the day to promote weight loss

In this article, I'm going to explain how to manage your weight, fairly easily.

Steps to managing weight


1) Have a Weight Goal : 
What's your weight goal? How are you going to get there?
You must sacrifice things in order to achieve what you want. Nothing comes easy nor everything you do is right, so with that being said, you may have to get rid of your sodas, and snacks to achieve your body weight goal. 

2) Track your food intake : 
Download and use the app called myfitness pal, that is an app that will help you track your food intake, within the app it gives you the most detailed information regarding the foods you're consuming such as the macro and micronutrient and much more. The app will ask for information, it'll ask you if you have a weight goal, and if so, input your goal and it'll give you how many calories and macro/micronutrients you need at the end of the day. This'll help ensure that you're reaching your weight goal and by staying strict on the game plan. 

3) Examine, Eliminate, Reduce Foods :
 So, if you've tracked your food intake, you should know what you've been eating all day. If not, it's okay, keep on reading. You're wanting to examine your diet throughout the week and find what's causing issues for yourself. It may be junk food, excessively eating or snacking, drinking too many sodas, eating too much in general. By tracking the food with the app, it'll give you the precise information about the foods/meals that you've consumed and from there, you can make adjustments within your diet. So, you either have to eliminate certain things within your diet, reduce or just replace.


4) Set a Calorie Goal : 
So, I want you to record your whole week's worth of food and beverage intake. If you're overweight, this is the key for you overweight people. At the end of the week, see how many calories you've consumed on the daily and at the end of the week. Now, examine your diet, make them adjustments. Your calories should have dropped/reduce once you have cleaned up your diet. Stay consistent with that calorie goal until you've reached your desired goal, and stay consistent with that calorie goal to sustain that body weight.

5) Stay Consistent with your Goal : 
So as mentioned, you have a bodyweight goal, and you know about your foods that you consume because you probably tracked them so now you just have to stay consistent with it.








  1. Don't excessively Eat
  2. Don't overeat/eating beyond fullness
  3. Don't always drink sodas and juices
  4. Careful eating before bedtime
  5. Don't indulge in junk or snacks
  6. Alcohol, drink in moderation
  7. Don't emotionally Eat
  8. Don't starve yourself then eat at the end of the day
  9. Don't always eat the same foods, mix it up with different varieties
 Managing your Weight can be hard for some. It's all about how you control your diet, the way you go about it. Sometimes we do get carried away and end up excessively eating or indulging in junk foods, but that's okay. If you can reset the next day and stay committed, you'll be able to control your weight easily.

Keys to Sustaining a Good Weight

  1. Drink a lot of water
  2. Have a well-rounded/balanced diet
  3. Don't excessively Eat
  4. Don't indulge in junk foods
  5. Fasting is ideal
  6. Tracking your calories is ideal
  7. Eating healthy only
  8. Eliminating fast foods and junk (snacks, etc)
  9. Workout/exercise/foods to boost metabolism such as coffee
  10. Moderation / Balance is the #1 key

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