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Making small, achievable changes is more likely to result in weight loss long term. Think about what things you could start with to become healthier.

  • Learn more about your eating habits by keeping a food diary. This could be in a notebook, on a smartphone app or on a computer.
  • From your food diary choose two things you will change to become healthier. After a week of these changes, add in another healthy change. After time these changes will become your new healthy habit.
  • Write yourself an action plan detailing how you will achieve your changes in detail.
  • If you feel you sometimes eat food to provide comfort, make a distraction list which you can use to distract yourself and stay busy.
  • Ask your family or friends to support you to lose weight. People who feel supported are more likely to lose weight.
  • If you struggled to achieve the change you set out to do, don’t feel disheartened. Try thinking about making it more achievable or try revisiting it after a couple of weeks.
  • Don’t forget to move more. Increasing your activity will aid weight loss and boost your mental well-being. Get further guidance on how you can incorporate exercise in to your lifestyle.

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