Tiffiny Hall's number one weight loss secret


Tiffiny Hall shares her number one weight loss rule, which is simple, free, and designed to help you stay on track to achieving your goals.

Firstly, Hall immediately wins us over by stressing that we shouldn’t deny ourselves treats and that life is meant to be enjoyed.

So, that means no berating ourselves if we go out for a friend’s birthday and have an extra slice of cake or that we must commit to boot camp three times a day – we’re OK with this so far. 

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Instead, the fitness guru encourages us to reset our food intake every three hours.

“This rule treats every meal as a new event, so if you do indulge, it doesn’t mean the whole day is a write off,” Hall tells Body and Soul.

Hall recommends allowing yourself to enjoy the treat then move on and start over, rather than loading yourself up with guilt.

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“You are allowed to indulge every now and again, but treat the next meal as a separate day and get back on track.”

Hall credits her three-hour rule for helping her to stay focused and achieve a balanced lifestyle.

After all, how many times have you started a healthy eating plan only to ‘fall off the wagon’ after a few weeks (or days) when you just want a goddamn chocolate?

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Thankfully, with Hall’s three-hour rule, you can still enjoy a balance of treats without denying yourself and not feel like a failure for indulging at the next celebration or night out.

With this method, you don’t have to enforce strict rules that are most likely going to be broken at some point, instead, you can enjoy a well-rounded lifestyle where you don’t always have to say no.

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