The world is full of good advice. If you decide to lose weight and you foolishly decide to tell people, you'll be inundated with advice and weight loss tips. Maybe it will be no bad thing, but when you are deciding to lose weight, you should really spend quite a lot of time researching the course that is best for you. Yes, advice can be useful, but it can be confusing too.
The first thing to consider once you have decided that you are going to lose weight, is 'do you have the resolve and commitment to see it through'? If you really want to be successful, you have to want to lose weight...no half measures. You either do or you don't.
Commitment is what many people lack. They believe that if they enroll in a diet plan, it will all be done for them...little effort and no sweat. The fact that this happens is because many of the diets are sold on the basis that not a lot of effort is required. All you have to do is to follow a simple plan and it will all happen. It's never like that no matter what diet plan you decide upon.
Probably one of the best weight loss tips you will ever get is 'don't go on a diet'. You could also add to that... 'don't pop pills'.
If you want to lose weight permanently (and who doesn't) then a diet is not the best solution. It's fine if you want to get rid of a few pounds and you don't mind if the weight comes back again, but very few people want this option - understandably.
The best way to lose weight is to identify the bad habits that make you fat and get rid of them. How do you do that? By learning new habits, slim habits. It's all about making change. You know that you have to change, don't you? Well your salvation lies in learning new slim habits. The result will be permanent weight loss.