Three Tips That Will Help You Stick To Your Diet fitnationmag September 21, 2016 1097 Sticking to your diet can be incredibly difficult. We all start off with the purest of intentions but this usually does not last for long! It is hard to remain focused on the prize (be it weight loss or general health and fitness improvements). Here are some handy tips to help you remain committed to eating healthily when you are on a diet. 1) Stay away from temptation It is obviously much harder not to eat the cake if you’re sitting across the table from it! Of course you cannot completely rid yourself of all situations where you may be tempted to eat something that is not ideal. But there are a few things you can do to make it a little bit easier to avoid the inevitable temptations out there. Firstly, start with what you buy at the grocery store. When you shop for food you are setting yourself up either for success or failure. If you’re going to buy crisps and candy, you’re going to eat crisps and candy. With no junk food in the house, you will turn to healthier options that are readily available in your fridge and pantry. Another thing you can do is stay away from places where there will be unhealthy food. Movie theaters and buttery popcorn, casinos and sugar-filled cocktails and buffets! Find replacements these activities; host a movie night at home. And instead of a trip to your local casino, why not try premier league betting online with free bets? Online betting gives you the opportunity to enjoy sports betting from the comfort and convenience of your own home. In addition, you have access to all the best betting tips and offers in one place. 2) Write it down Often we do not realize how much we are eating, or do not know what macro-nutrients are in the food we choose to consume. As a result, we often overeat either in general, or with regards to certain food groups. By keeping a food journal online at a website like Myfitnesspal that logs the nutritional information of everything you eat, you are able to have a much clearer idea of exactly what you are consuming on a day to day basis. In addition, it also keeps you honest and instills a keeping of personal accountability for what you eat. 3) Improve your meal prep game A lot of the time people find that they go off track from their diet because life gets too busy and it is easier to just pick something up at the Drive Through. Of course our lives are generally super busy; but there are some ways to avoid last minute food panic where you choose to eat something unhealthy. By planning your meals in advanced and doing weekly meal prep, you not only save yourself a lot of time and worry later in the week, but you are also more likely to stick to your diet because all of your meals and snacks are already prepared.