Perfect Wedding Diet: 10 Tips You Need To Know For Your Day

perfect wedding diet

The perfect wedding diet is the easiest way to lose weight before the big day. Healthy eating habits and dealing with planning stress can help build a positive body image. But, how do you create a new and improved you? Well, a wedding diet plan is the answer.

And if you are saying yes to the wedding diet, then according to AisleTalk therapist Landis Bejar body image, weight, and low self-esteem are the top causes of stress for you brides-to-be. A diet (dieting) is the practice of eating food in a regulated and supervised fashion to decrease body weight. The gospel truth is, if you go on a wedding diet you’ll have your work cut out for you. Planning your wedding event can be stressful.

Another thing, with your intention to commit to getting into shape, you can avoid all the drama. Because, we both know that losing weight is a challenge and impacts, on our everyday life. Therefore, be realistic, release your fears and let go of negative thoughts. Keep reading…

Perfect wedding diet 

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1. Cravings, routines & fad programs

Let’s face it, the stark reality is you want to wear your figure flattering wedding dress with style. But, cravings for fad diets have been dominating your mind. So, a healthy eating regime needs to take over your thoughts. By creating a new life, free from guilt, shame and indecision is the way forward. And, thankfully, you’ll be able to come to terms and embrace a new beautiful body image.

2. Preparations for your wedding planning diet

But, how do you really feel about your wedding diet? And how are the preparations for your wedding coming along? Whatever is happening right now, don’t turn a blind eye to what you want. If at first we don’t succeed we can keep trying to lose the pounds. Therefore, let’s try to beat this together with these three simple steps from https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/how-to-lose-weight-as-fast-as-possible.

3. Wedding diet’s that stick 

Losing weight is a socially acceptable thing. In spite of all this, don’t you think your upcoming wedding deserves your fall attention? So, this is the perfect reason to get in shape. With the New Year at our door, get tips from the experts about setting goals that suit your diet plan. 

4. Master at postponing the perfect wedding diet

Be honest with me, you probably don’t need to go on a diet. Or, you enjoy fine dining and having a few drinks.  Therefore why should you lose weight? Perhaps, you are like me, and are in denial. Better still, you’ve become an expert with a mission and a master at postponing the perfect wedding diet.

bride and groom kissing on wedding day

Do your nuptials even count if you look like your capable of lifting a champagne glass or cake knife with one noodle-like arm? Source: http://www.xojane.com/relationships/wedding-dieting

5.   The ultimate wedding day resolution

This is the ultimate wedding day resolution and a good reason to say NO to the wedding diet. Make some serious time for yourself. Yes, this must be your highest priority. Don’t worry, this is a familiar feeling. And if at first you don’t succeed try try again. And just remember if it’s really important for you to shine on the day. Read this inspirational article about getting fit and healthy for your wedding day.

6.    Keep the weight off for good

Well,  www.livescience.com;  further believes that losing weight isn’t rocket science.  They have stated; “Keeping weight off after a diet is no easy feat, and most people who lose weight eventually gain at least some, if not all of it back.” Follow tips from oprah.com to overcome feeling like a failure and falling into old habits.

7.    Break old habits and change your lifestyle

Furthermore, as you approach your new marriage life and you get excited about your wedding. You convince yourself that this time it will definitely be different. And you probably feel strongly optimistic about going on a wedding diet. Above all, you and I are ready to face our fears head on. But, who are you kidding? Because the point we’ve overlooked is the hard voice of reality shouts. It’s extremely difficult to break old eating habits.  

8.    Losing Weight – Number 1 New Year’s Resolutions

Actually losing weight is the number 1 issue for brides like you. And one of the best ways to keep a track of your weight is to record it. Write what you eat in a diary. There are some unusual diets around. You might have heard of the 10 cup-a-day coffee diet, cabbage or the low carb diet meal plan? Well, I have! Read more about  how to lose weight for your wedding and any other special occasion.

9.     Eat in moderation leading up to your wedding day

Another thing is dieting haunted me for as long as I can remember. You know what I mean, don’t you? My weight fluctuated so often, I constantly was altering or buying new clothes. Somehow, though, no diets have worked for me. But I’m not giving up. So, my New Year’s Resolutions will include a new strategy. My new diet is to eat everything, in moderation. Plus, to begin an alternate day fasting. Find more tips on how to find your motivation.

10.    Making time for yourself releases stress

Lastly, less stress helps you drop the pounds. I recently bought a new diary. It’s the one with a detailed weekly and daily planner.  Therefore, it ensures that I schedule two days a week off, for me. Try it as well, and see if it works for you. Relax more, invest in me time and plan the wedding at your pace. Buy yourself a day book and feel free to try out the wedding diet weight loss plan.

Perfect wedding diet 

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About Clover Jean: Hi, I'm Clover Jean, a bespoke wedding and commitment ceremonies celebrant. I love life, laughter and having a good time. I’m a sucker for great relationships and TLC wedding series! Get in touch, like, share my personal Facebook page and sign-up to my newsletters. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

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