Change Eating Habits To Lose Weight In 4 Simple Steps

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Change Eating Habits To Lose Weight In 4 Simple Steps

Weight loss is not achieved by a quick fix like something that’s called a diet.change eating habits to lose weight
It should become your way of life.

Change your eating habits to lose weight by doing the same thing at the same time every single day for a month.

Let’s learn how to make it so that you automatically start eating in a way to lose weight, so that you improve your health, improve your energy, be more confident and become more attractive automatically, and set up your life so you don’t get distracted by all the unhealthy foods and habits which keeps you from losing weight.

The best way to make sure you will change your eating habits to lose weight is to create a new routine. To make it habitual, so you don’t have to think about it. This should be your number 1 priority if you want to keep your weight off.

You want to just wake up every day and eat in a way that makes you lose weight with the least amount of effort possible.

As it turns out, we already are doing the same things at the same time every day anyway. We’re already creatures of habit. The trick is to figure out how to do what you want to do instead of what you’ve just picked up along the way and now you can’t stop yourself from doing.

It takes 30 days to create a new habit. This means that in order to change one you actually have to focus on it every day for 30 days. After 30 days it’s all set and you just wake up and you do it automatically.

How to Change Your Eating Habits?

So here’s the action plan, the steps to creating a new habit so you can lose weight automatically every day so you can increase your health, improve your energy and feel more confident.

Step 1:
Choose a new habit that you’d like to create. For example: Stop drinking soda with sugar and change it to water, tea and coffee only.

Or eat at certain times a day: morning, lunch and dinner and allow yourself a fruit snack in between.

Step 2:
Set a time every day, ideally, first thing in your day to plan ahead and think about your food intake and exercise plan the next day.

Visualise at what times you are going to eat and do an exercise. Ideally, you know exactly what it is you are going to eat at what time the next day.

Step 3:Change Eating Habits To Lose Weight In 4 Simple Steps
Write down what you eat and how much you are guessing that is in the foods. Also, count the drinks. When you are uncertain, check it out on the internet.

Do this for 30 days and you will know exactly what you are getting in and how your body works. A really cool app that I like to use is called MyFitnessPal.

This literally has all the foods in the database you can think of and it’s free to use. You can track everything you do, how much you eat and check back for weeks to see your progression. Highly recommended.

Step 4:
Do your routine every day for 30 days in a row and it will be set for the long term.

Gradually add another thing, for example skipping breakfast. Why skip breakfast? Because this way you will lose weight much more efficiently and it will be a joy instead of a struggle.

Eat 2 – 3 big meals a day is what you want to aim for. Some strategic fruit snacking in between is the best way for you to lose weight almost effortlessly. More in this in another article.

In Summary

Now it’s time to act to get this into place in your life so you start doing what it takes to get the energy increase you want, become more healthy, feel more confident and become more attractive.

So take out a piece of paper and start writing what you need in specific detail. If you want to start exercising every day, write down how you are going to get ready, what you are going to wear, where you are going to exercise, what the routine is going to be.

Then, mentally visualize yourself doing your new habit, your new exercise routine, 3 times in your mind. Imagine it in your mind clearly until you can see the entire thing and you see what you have to put in place to get yourself to do it.

Next: put it in your calendar for the next 30 days. Put it in your computer, your phone and unplug them and turn them off at night so that when you wake up in the morning, if you by chance get pulled over to the computer or the phone, it reminds you to go and do your exercise first.

Feel free to leave a comment below and share your thoughts. What is it you struggle with most?


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By | 2019-08-15T17:38:09+00:00 February 9th, 2016|Blog, Diet|4 Comments

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  1. Josh February 9, 2016 at 12:42 pm - Reply

    Hey Maurice,
    Probably the first time I read an article that rubbished dieting as a way to loose weight.

    I think that the advice you have is straight up simple and effective.
    Often it is not a matter of how much you exercise [burn calories] but what you eat [intake of calories] that matters.

    For most people hitting the gym regularly might be a hassle and creating simple habits is a great way to get started on a path of healthy life.

    • Maurice February 9, 2016 at 1:42 pm - Reply

      Thanks Josh. Exactly right. You caloric intake is the most important part and is 80% of the battle in losing weight.

  2. Ben February 11, 2016 at 9:49 pm - Reply


    This is a great post, people need to understand that losing weight is something that takes a little time and is done through changing your behaviors. One step at a time if you make the right changes you will be amazed at just how fast the weight can fall off.. Persistence and changing your daily routine is all you n=really need.

  3. Curt February 14, 2016 at 5:58 am - Reply

    Hey Maurice,

    I’m going to use your action plan steps to help reduce my sugar intake. My intake comes from sugar added to coffee, where as I should be intaking sugar from sources such as fruit.

    I agree with your view of changing habits as opposed to dieting. That mindset is so important for people including myself to understand.

    This post has helped me realize that I’m on the right track, thanks for that!

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