You are on day three. That means you have 363 more to spend if you plan to hit the one-year mark. It’s still a bit far, but that’s what the diet is all about: optimism. It is always important to maintain short and long term goals with the diet. Short-term goals ensure you stay on track (i.e. how much weight to lose at one point or another), while long-term goals ensure you have an end goal, which prevents you from getting frustrated.

You may not have followed your diet to the letter at this point. Alright. The important thing is that you must follow some parts of your diet, especially those for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also, you might think that skipping some meals is better, but it’s not. You still need to eat even if you are on a diet; that’s why he plans what he eats so that he only eats enough. It doesn’t mean you don’t eat anything at all.

Apart from that, you can also change your exercises from time to time. You don’t have to strictly follow a physical training plan, but you should at least find ways to burn calories each day. Remember, losing weight is about burning more than you take in.

You may want to try the treadmill or stationary bike for today’s workout. They are good cardiovascular exercises and do not require a lot of time or space. You can even read or listen to the news while doing this. This is good if it’s raining outside and you can’t go for a brisk walk. If you don’t have the equipment at home, then go to the gym. You shouldn’t let the rain stop you from getting your daily dose of exercise.

For today’s menu, fill your snacks with raisins, nuts and wheat crackers. Have a healthy puree with half a cup of orange juice, 2 kiwis and a banana in a smoothie for breakfast. Try a lemon mint soup for lunch and stew some raw vegetables for dinner.

Today’s health tip is to drink plenty of water. People often take for granted how important water is to our bodies. Some even substitute soda and other carbonated and sweetened beverages for water.

The human body is 80% water. You need a regular supply of fluids or the body will not be able to function properly. Furthermore, your body consumes more water when you exercise, so you need to replenish it regularly. That means bringing a bottle of water with you to the gym, in addition to your daily requirement of 9 to 13 glasses per day. Water also helps with metabolism and even speeds up weight loss. So, in general, make sure you get enough of the good stuff every day.

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