Finally, to accompany this process, some people have good results if they have close control of their body and their habits. Weep often and take note of what you eat, when, how much, where and why (including how hungry you were or what your mood was while eating). After a week, review your notes and begin to discover your true relationship with food, without cheating or justification. So you can modify some behaviors that you might not have noticed and that are undermining your weight and your health.
And if you are about to give up, keep in mind that the real achievements are reaped over time. Some specialists believe that it takes at least three months for your brain to adapt to new consumption habits.
Therefore, do not expect to lose weight very quickly, since in those cases you will most likely recover the lost weight quickly as soon as you leave the new habits, which can be very discouraging.
On the contrary, the proposal is that your new nutritional plan becomes a healthier lifestyle that lasts over time. Therefore, the most important thing is to incorporate these healthy habits little by little, keep track of your achievements, comfort yourself with them and not be frustrated by possible setbacks. Go ahead and immerse yourself in this adventure of flavors, aromas and colors!