4 Tips to Lose Weight Without Dieting?

Being on a strict diet can be hard on both your mind and body, leading to the risk of
binge eating, a poor body image, low metabolism, fatigue, and many other issues.
However, if you still want to lose weight without dieting, there are options without
actually counting calories or living your life attached to your fitness tracker.

1- Drink Your Water

This likely is not the first time you have heard this, but it bears repeating. You need to
drink more water if you want to lose weight, with or without dieting. Water is important
for so many reasons, from making sure you are hydrated, so giving you sustainable
energy. It is also great when you don’t want to diet, but feel like you are constantly
hungry. In many cases, you might actually be thirsty instead, so water can help you
solve this problem.

A good rule of thumb that people like to use is if you feel hungry, drink a glass of water
instead. If the hunger goes away, you were just thirsty. But if you’re still hungry, go
ahead and eat.

2- Aim for a Balance of Nutrients

When putting your meals together, you don’t need to count calories or macros just to
lose weight. But it does help to look at the nutrients in your meals, and make sure all the
most important ones are there. An easy way to do this is just to make sure you have at
least one source of protein, fiber, fat, and carbohydrates. Sometimes, the balance is a
little off where you have 2 carbs and protein, other times you have a little of each. But
these nutrients help ensure you get what your body needs, without having to focus so
much on every macro.

2- Slow Down and Eat Mindfully

If you are eating your meals too fast, your brain doesn’t even have time to register how
much you have eaten or how full you are. Try to slow down and not have outside
distractions while you are eating. Eat each bite slowly and deliberately. Practice eating a
meal without looking at a computer screen or watching TV. It can seem weird in the
beginning, but this helps you focus more on your food and your own internal hunger

3- Keep Unhealthy Foods in the Cabinet

Instead of keeping the unhealthier foods, like chips and cookies, on the counter, hide
them away in the fridge or cabinet. You aren’t keeping it out of the house completely,
but you will only go for the food when you really crave it, as opposed to just seeing it on
the counter and wanting it out of pure convenience.

Losing weight is a goal that many people want to achieve. They start with strict diets, go to the gym, get a nutritionist or dietitian. At the end of the day we come to these 4 important tips always. I advise you to integrate them into your daily life and you will see the results.

See you soon,



4 Comments Add yours

  1. Michael Sammut says:

    Makes perfect sense.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. You’re Welcome 😄!

      Liked by 2 people

      1. Michael Sammut says:

        Thank you. My pleasure.

        Liked by 2 people

  2. Anne-Vasthi Louissaint says:

    You are welcome @Michael Sammut!

    Liked by 1 person

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