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  • Exercise is not enough. You must also include healthy eating habits.
  • Make a list of all the benefits regular exercise provides you. Everything from feeling healthier, sleeping better, preventing depression, feeling stronger, etc. Post this list somewhere that you will easily see it everyday so that it can serve as a reminder why you should workout.
  • Eat breakfast every day. People who eat breakfast consume fewer total calories during the day then those that don't.
  • Don't waste your calories on drinks. Drink low-calorie or no calorie drinks instead (preferably water).
  • Try to take at least 20 minutes to complete a meal. This is how long it takes for your brain to recognize that your stomach is full.
  • Use a lot of spices and seasonings when cooking low-fat/low-calorie meals. They can make your meal taste so much better and therefore make you feel more satisfied.
  • Decrease your caffeine intake. Too much caffeine can decrease the burning of stored fat.
  • Consume at least 64 ounces of water per day, plus an additional 16 ounces for every hour of moderate-intensity exercise.
  • Each day fill a container(s) with your daily water supply so you'll always know how much you've drank and ensure you drink the required daily amount.
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