When it comes to losing weight, there is no shortage of advice. Whether that is good advice remains to be seen – mainly in your results if you take the advice to heart and implement it in your daily routine.
But what about the “tried-and-true” tips we hear from researchers, doctors and weight loss experts? You know the standards:
- Always eat breakfast within 1 hour of waking.
- Eat small meals throughout the day.
- Make dinner your lightest meal of the day.
- Never eat within 3 hours of bedtime.
We’ve all heard them, and we’ve probably adhered to one (or more) of them; however, some health and wellness experts say, for some individuals, these strategies may not make a significant difference at all when it comes to pounds lost.
After all, each of us is unique, with different biochemical needs. It only makes sense there is no one-size-fits-all weight loss program. Continue Reading