The hard part of losing weight

You could cut sugar out of your diet, forever.

You could buy smaller plates, bowls and silverware. Research indicates that smaller kitchenware helps people eat less food.

You could shop at the grocery store instead of eating fast food, choosing not to buy junk food.

You could measure your weight every day, because what gets measured gets managed.

You could go see a counselor, because there might be a psychological issue that causes you to binge.

The hard part of losing weight, though, is not the “how”. If you want to know how to lose weight, Google it.

The hard part of losing weight is taking action on what you already know.

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