Online information is a tool enabling research into natural weight loss tips from experts, nutritionists, dieticians, natural healers and scientists who we otherwise couldn’t consult. We can read about diet products, supplements and pills to know what other people have to say in weight loss reviews, and investigate ingredients, verifying what formulas contain to determine if they’re harmful or beneficial. But…we can also get lost in a miasma of contradictory and useless tips to lose weight that help us only to procrastinate actually doing something about losing weight.
Diet information addiction is a real problem – a perpetual quest for the best weight loss tips, products and reviews – that compounds the paralysis of knowing too many products and giving credence to contradicting tips that pollute our minds. Avoid marketing experts with lengthy infomercial-style pages with banal reasons why we need to lose weight fast and why every program, product or series of tips to lose weight, other than their own, are rubbish.
If you think you may be suffering from an information addiction, break the cycle by:
1. stand up right now
2. go get a large bottle of water and start drinking
3. get a juicer and a basket of fresh vegetables
4. turn on the juicer, insert two carrots, push the plunger
5. watch a bright orange liquid come out of the spout
6. raise the glass to your lips and drink
You’re now on your way to losing weight.
Get away from reading weight loss tips and put one of them into practice. Break free from the addiction to read tips to lose weight that encourage you to buy a product or formula. Do this by researching only the essentials like:
1. how to use your juice extractor
2. where to get fresh juicer recipes
The best weight loss tips you’ll get are those that say things like: “shut off your computer and go drink some water” or “take a break and make a glass of fresh juice” or “get out of here, and take a refreshing walk.” Afterall, just taking a walk is pretty much the best exercise to lose weight and it doesn’t entail joining an expensive gym or buying a stack of fitness equipment. Just taking a quick walk down to the shops or the park a few times a week can make a massive difference.