New trends in weight loss are gearing towards gluten free diets and commercial diets such as Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers. Recent research has demonstrated that any diet over a period of time yields similar results. However, individuals whom make goals towards weight loss must find the best one that sets off their trigger to keep with it. The following catalog of weight loss slogans to get you motivated. These have been used before by others and are intended to encourage and inspire those who seek dietary solutions.
A mind is a terrible thing to waste and A waist is a terrible thing to mind!
A moment on the lips, a lifetime on the hips.
Bigger Snacks, Bigger Slacks.
Burn Calories not Gas.
Commit to be Fit.
Diet cures more than doctors.
Don’t give up what you want most for what you want at this moment.
Don’t go out of your weigh to please anyone but yourself.
Don’t wait to lose weight.
Easy to gain, hard to lose.
Eat right and the pants won’t be tight.
Eat to live not live to eat.
Eat wise, drop a size.
Eat your veggies-have less wedgies!
Find Your Strength.
Get a jump on your day!
Give up the fat, watch your belly go flat.
He who Indulges, Buldges.
If you hang your swimsuit on the refrigerator door, the goodies inside will be easier to ignore.
If you let the cake control, you’ll look like a cinnamon roll.
If you put it in your mouth it will just go south.
Move it or lose it.
Nothing tastes as good as thin feels.
One day at a time. One workout at a time. One rep at a time.
Running to the Future.
Take charge, don’t be large.
Those who do not find time for exercise will have to find time for illness.
Too Fit to Quit.
Why put off feeling good?
You didn’t gain it overnight so don’t expect to lose it overnight.
You have to eat right for the fat to take flight.
You’ll huff and puff if you eat a lot of stuff.
Your stomach shouldn’t be a waist basket.
The below infographic outlines statistics regarding weight loss in America. Currently, 1 in every 4 Americans qualify as being obese. These rates have doubled in adults and tripled in children over recent decades.