Breakfast is always a hard one for most people. We are surround by cereals and sugary breakfast options everywhere which load us with carbohydrates. Now I do follow flexible dieting so I have nothing against sugar and cereals, however, unless you are doing a workout in the morning, eating a high carbohydrate meal may leave you hungry and lethargic soon after your meal.
Ladies, there is that one week out of every month where we feel like an absolute watery bloated mess! Periods seriously suck. It’s bad enough that your hormones are raging and you become super emotional and sensitive, but then you decide to torture yourself even further by stepping on the scales. Then you freak out because you weight has increased so you eat more food to comfort yourself. It really is an uphill battle I know we have all been in that place before. But it’s not all bad, your boobs get bigger and congratulations you are not pregnant! You have successfully made it through another month of baby free sex. And here’s to another month! So instead of heading into an emotional downward spiral that can hinder your long term progress let me give you some pointers on how to survive your monthly period with a little more ease.
So you start on a weight loss journey and at the beginning, you are making significant progress. But at some point, your progress begins to stall or even come to complete stop. That weight that initially started to fall off now feels like it’s holding on for dear life. You feel like you are doing absolutely everything right, and you can’t figure it out.
However, if you want to keep the number on the scale moving along a little longer then here are some things that may help you bust through that plateau.