Habit Development with Harrison Jay
Like all of the tips you’re are about to receive in this 5-day weight loss series, I have been using these in my life and have seen genuine results. And it’s not only me, thousands of people around the world practice intermittent fasting as an effortless way to achieve weight loss.
The key to making this a sustainable means of achieving weight loss is to turn it into a habit and make it something that you practise on a regular basis. it doesn’t have to be every day however 2-3 times a week is a great starting point and will be very easy for you to get the hang of.
My personal Tips:
There are a tonne of ways to get started in intermittent fasting and make it a habit but the best ones that I’ve been able to implement into my life are usually the simplest.
Avoiding sugary foods around the times when you intend to fast is essential since this can cause cravings and make it much more tempting to break your fast. I also suggest taking advantage of hunger waves try planning your fasting according to the times you are naturally not hungry. I also recommend that you try fasting on a day that you don’t have a lot to do first thing in the morning such as a weekend, intermittent fasting may take 2-3 times of trying it to get used to not eating straight away in the morning and therefor to begin I suggest you keep this in mind when you pick a day to fast on.
Give it a Try:
The first step to making any habit is trying it and the biggest obstacle with intermittent fasting is usually the mental aspect of actually deciding to do it and doing it. If you are serious about making a change in your life, your next task is to decide 2-3 days in the coming week that you want to try intermittent fasting on and then follow through with it. This is essential to making a positive habit.