Do you make supportive meal choices? When you eat, do you tend to eat unconsciously? It's essential to eat healthy food when you want to lose weight.

Get the heavy meal in the morning and move into lighter meal as the day goes on.

For breakfast, have something that will give you satiety which includes a lean protein.

Since your body breaks down food much slower in the evening time, your meal should be light.

I keep a snickers bar in my kitchen. It's on the top drawer by the toaster oven. I don't have a problem controlling myself from eating this because I know I can have it. I just won't have the whole bar. I look for carbs and sugar amounts on back of the label.

Don't deprived yourself of sweets. You can still have your desert. But keep the sugar content less that 20 grams of sugar for that desert or food craving. Keep it once a day.

If you've been good for most of the day, say, more than 90 percent of the day, a little splurge won't hurt. But like I said, keep the sugar grams lower than 20 grams or less.

Now, don't get me wrong, I don't think you should have to eat simple sugars from a candy bar but if you need to fill that craving, a small amount is what you should set up with your weight loss goal.

You can try fruit salads or fresh fruits if you want something a bit healthier to fulfill your sweet tooth. The last resort could be the candy bar.

When you are eating the right way, your body will feel and look better and you will want to continue on eat responsibly. You don't have to make a complete overhaul with your diet, just make some small adjustments.

There are lots of information there on how to eat the right way for weight loss. My advice is to find the plan that gives you a healthy, long term results and sound and balanced.

You know your body best. If you try a diet that you try but you can tweak it just a little to fit your fitness goal needs, then do that because you have to live with the plan day in and day out.

If you listen to your body, it will tell you what it needs. The main thing is to fill that need with nourishment.

Source by Adriel Yapana