To lose weight, you will need to reduce the number of calories consumed in a way that works best for you. Lovidia helps you to eat less and feel full by diminishing your hunger so it’s important to be aware of your hunger level and eat only when you’re hungry.
Lovidia is particularly helpful on Eat-Less Days™. An Eat-Less Day is a day when you eat only about 1/3 of your typical daily caloric intake. Eat-Less Days accelerate your weight loss so the number of Eat-Less Days you should plan each week depends on how quickly you want to lose weight. There should always be at least one “normal eating” day between Eat-Less Days.
Here are some considerations for finding your path:
Determine how much weight you want to lose over a certain time frame. If you want to lose 10 pounds over 10 weeks, you will take Lovidia and have one or two “Eat-Less Days” per week. If you want to lose 20 pounds over 13 weeks, you should try to do about three “Eat-Less Days” per week.
Determine the best time to take Lovidia. Some people eat a light breakfast, a small lunch, a large dinner and a late-night snack. We would recommend this person take Lovidia in the late afternoon, before dinner. Some people might have a company sponsored lunch with lots of food, so this person would take Lovidia in the morning. You get the idea…
Be “Food Smart”. Try to make healthy food choices… but don’t get discouraged if you have a “big pizza day” occasionally. Just use Lovidia to help you get back on track.
Become Food Smart
On your path to a healthier you, “Food Smart” choices and healthy food swap tips give you the knowledge you need to succeed! To get you started, here are some recommendations that we believe can be helpful. Please refer to the website links for more details.
Opt for seltzer water with a wedge of citrus instead of sugar-sweetened drinks.
Skip dessert and have a coffee drink for a sweet end to a meal.
Grab a bowl of high protein nuts instead of pretzels or chips for an afternoon snack.
Go for steamed vegetables as a side dish instead of pasta of French fries.
In most recipes, olive oil can be substituted for butter at a 3-to-4 ratio.