Which side looks like you? Struggling vs. Successful Dieters ——— A lot goes in…


Which side looks like you?
❌ Struggling vs. Successful Dieters ✅
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A lot goes into a thriving weight loss plan…

Calories need to be in check ⚖️
Whole foods need to be the focus 🍎🥗
You need to be exercising regularly 🏋️‍♂️🚴‍♂️

All those things matter, but(🍑) there’s ONE THING that matters more…

Without this one thing, it doesn’t matter how “clean” your diet is…

It doesn’t matter how strenuously you workout…

This one thing is what separates folks who successfully lose weight from folks in a perpetual state of struggle…

That one thing? ——> CONSISTENCY 🔄

See, you could have the world’s fanciest pants fitness plan, but if you can’t follow it consistently, it won’t help a lick. ⠀
And this is where people get into trouble…

They’ll jump on the latest fitness FAD, and because they’re investing so much ⏰ & 💰, they’ll try to be 100% perfect following it.

Which maybe lasts a few days? A week or two?

But something always happens — they slip up, overeat, etc.
In that moment, the struggling dieter does one of two things:

They get angry 😤
or get disappointed 😔

Either way, they let that one bad meal turn into another, and another, and another…

Before they know it, they’re back to square one 👎

How to become a Successful Dieter ✅:

I truly believe that every single person can lose weight and maintain a healthy body for life.

THAT INCLUDES YOU.

And it doesn’t take another FAD diet or “30-Day challenge.”
It doesn’t take more dietary restriction or strenuous exercise…

It takes consistency.

Consistently smashing the fundamentals of weight loss nutrition (being in a deficit, eating mostly whole foods, etc.).

Consistently working out a few times per week and staying active (walking, taking the stairs, etc.) each day…

Most importantly, when you DO slip up (because you absolutely will), it’s about getting right back on track — back to being consistent 👌

And I promise you this —> It doesn’t matter if you’ve had a bad meal, day, week, month, or even year.

You can ALWAYS choose to get back on track.
⠀ 
Refuse to quit, and you WILL succeed.
Credit @cartergood



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Bette

My name is Bette. I'm a 34 year old female from Turkey. My occupation is a website designer and I work from a home office. I have struggled with my weight since puberty. Still figuring out.

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