Weight Loss Tips For Women Over 40
About a year ago I started searching for weight loss tips. I was struggling with my weight as it kept creeping up. And I was starting to notice other health issues that were concerning me. Like numbness in my legs, which made it hard to walk at times. I felt like I was 10 years old that I was. I also had stomach issues, I was lacking energy and felt like crap most of the time although I never shared that on my blog.
I was also starting to freakout because I was almost 50, and not feeling my age, but older. It wasn’t just about the way I looked, but more on how I was starting to feel. I started researching weight loss tips and found a program that I thought could work. But after reading what I could and couldn’t eat I wasn’t sure it would be a great fit. So, I kept on eating the way I was. Which, wasn’t so bad. As a family we were eating vegetarian It consisted of lots of carbs, and veggies.
Sugar was a big part of my diet. Even though I was eating healthy, I was still consuming sugar. The only way to get healthy was to eliminate sugar from my diet. I never realized how addicted I was to sugar. I started my healthy lifestyle about a year ago, and I’m here to tell you that this program really works!
If you had told me a year ago that I would never eat chocolate or sweet treats again, I would have thought you were crazy! But, after a year I can tell you that I feel better than I have in many years. I don’t have numbness in my legs, and my stomach issues are gone.
Weight Loss Tips
- Look for a program that works for you. I chose Whole 30. This was a little extreme, as you give up many foods for the first 30 days. But, it was totally worth it! And so are you.
- Look for support groups to keep you on track. These are great to be a part of, and they will help you every step of the way.
- Keep healthy foods in your house, and ditch the rest!
- Exercise, even if you don’t like it. Do something fun. Take walks with a friend, bike ride or dance. The main key is to get off your butt. I sit on mine because of my job. Five days a week, I work out. It’s a part of my life.
If you’d like more information on how I lost the weight, exercise tips and more click HERE.