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7 Great Habits for Successful Weight Loss | Best Weight Loss Tips

Successful weight loss doesn’t happen overnight but it can happen quickly with a few good habits.

It’s a mindset that leads to lifestyle changes that will improve our health instead of yo-yo dieting or quick fixes. The most basic weight loss plan can help you to lose 20 pounds within 1 month if you want fast and healthy results. There are other diets like keto for persons who want to lose over 60 pounds with a more strict approach.

With these habits, you will experience successful weight loss over a longer period of time without any diets. The best thing is that you can also maintain your ideal weight with the same practices.

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Are you committed or are you just dabbling? This is a question I had to ask myself when I struggled to eat healthily and break my sugar cravings. Now I’m asking you.

Are you committed or are you dabbling?

When you’re committed to weight loss in a healthy and consistent way, it becomes something that you pursue no matter what the obstacles are. It’s important to know why you want to pursue your successful weight loss journey.

Do you want to look better, feel better, get more energy or improve your health? Get some clarity and that will make all of the following habits for successful weight loss much easier.

Commitment might also include doing the right research to know what the best diet is for you, going to your doctor to see if you have any issues that might surface if you are on a diet and actually doing the work to lose weight.

Talking about the best diets, here’s the other habit for successful weight loss.


Low carb? Low calorie? Paleo? Vegan? Or just whole foods?

Many people don’t like labels, but I think that when you have a basic idea of what you want your diet to look like, it’s easier when you search for recipes, go grocery shopping, or dine out in a restaurant.

I personally follow a low carb/whole foods philosophy. This means that I eat little to no refined or processed products and no refined carbs. I eat between 80 and 120g of carbs per day, and those carbs come from natural sources. Some things that I always have on hand are oatmeal, banana, green beans, kale, zucchini, and some other foods on this list.

Having a basic eating preference already established will save you tons of time, money and energy. Be sure to plan for any health issues that you may have.

I recommend reading these posts to help you to find out if a low carb diet would suit your lifestyle.


  • Don’t think about weight loss as sacrificing foods that you love. You’re creating an empowering life for yourself and that means you are creating a positive relationship with your food.
  • You still need room to indulge on your successful weight loss journey. Still, try to keep it within the realms of your food philosophy.


It’s so great to have a group of people who can support you and even join you on your weight loss journey.

Even if it’s that one person who can motivate you and to remind you of your weight loss goals. And then there’s your literal family that you have to consider if you live with them.

If you find that they are content with the way things are even though you want to change, the best thing to do is to get ready to make some plans.

When you live alone, it’s easy to restock your fridge and pantry and start afresh. But let’s say you have a family and you’re the only person in your house who’s on a diet.

How can you ensure that you’re achieving your goals while keeping everyone happy? Here are some tips you can consider:

  • Be sneaky and include them in the process anyway

Create healthier meals that the whole family can enjoy and just tell them that you’re trying new recipes (which is true).

Pancakes with almond flour, zucchini noodles instead of regular pasta, olive oil and coconut oil instead of vegetable oil.

Those simple changes can make a meal up to 50% healthier in terms of reducing carbs, adding fats that help instead of hurt their bodies, and most importantly, providing a higher nutrient density than their refined counterparts.

  • Take meal prep seriously

You can use a few hours on a chosen day to do some healthy meal prep. I love stews and casseroles because they are easy to store, easy to reheat and just as delicious 3 days later.

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