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The 9 Best Weight-Loss Tips Ever!

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We rounded up the best weight-loss tips we’ve ever published and put them all in one convenient spot. Click through to jumpstart your weight-loss goals now!

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Don’t Forget to Eat Right

Hit the gym all you want, but you’ll still gain weight  if you eat more calories than you burn working out. In fact, people tend to lose more weight if they really focus on their diet  instead of on exercise (although exercise is obviously good for you and your weight-loss goals, too!).

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Move When You Can

No time to work out? No problem. Short bouts of high-intensity exercise—like brisk walking—can keep your waistline down just as well as longer exercise sessions.


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Make Breakfast Count

You should aim to eat about half of your daily caloric intake in the a.m. since your metabolism breaks down food more efficiently in the morning, according to research.


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Snack Smart

Eating between meals can keep your cravings in check so that you don’t pig out come dinnertime. Stock up on these tasty 100-calorie eats.

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Rethink Your Goals

Believe it or not, if you focus on maintaining your weight—rather than losing it—you’ll likely see more lasting results. People with this mindset stick to healthier lifestyles for longer periods of time and eventually lose more weight, according to research.

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Use Your Kitchen

On average, Americans order takeout three nights a week. But you can save yourself money—and more than 900 calories a week—by cooking at home.

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Perfect Your Portions

Healthy portion sizes prevent you from loading up on excess calories, which can lead to weight gain. Use this easy guide to measuring food without cups, spoons, or scales!


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Catch More Zzzz’s

Skimping out on sleep can cause you to eat more fatty, high-calorie foods the following day. Try to sleep between seven to eight hours each night to avoid binges.

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…And Sleep Right

Turn down your thermostat at night to rev up your metabolism while you sleep. And make sure the room is totally light-free since darkness boosts melatonin production, which can increase calorie and fat burn.

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