1. Find more motivation

If your diet's only purpose is to help you finally achieve six-pack abs (or even just a two-pack), it may be hard to stick with for the long haul. The solution? "Provide yourself with additional motivators," says Dr Jeff Volek. He suggests monitoring migraines, heartburn, acne, canker sores, and sleep quality, along with common measures of cardiovascular health. "Discovering that your new diet improves the quality of your life and health can be powerful motivation," says Volek.

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Eight ways to tame your hunger

Start a healthy new diet today - and stick with it for life

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  1. Snuffle nose07:50pm Thursday 07th March 2013 ESTReport Abuse

    For me it's not do it because,"I have to" for my diet it is ,"Do it or ELSE!!!!" I very seldom have meat or milk but I chow rice and veggies like no tomorrow!

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  2. Glib02:15pm Monday 25th February 2013 ESTReport Abuse

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