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The more of these unhealthy habits people had, the more likely they were to gain weight, the researchers found. In particular, three habits had the strongest tie to weight gain: not planning the amount of food you’re going to eat; eating at fast-food restaurants; and eating while watching TV. To learn more, they followed 1,600 people for up to four years, focusing on the effects of seven specific unhealthy habits: Not planning how much you’re going to eat.

Consuming pre-cooked or canned food. Buying snacks. Eating in fast-food restaurants. Not. In particular, three habits had the strongest tie to weight gain: not planning the amount of food you’re going to eat; eating at fast-food restaurants; and eating while watching TV.

Though it’s not always easy to break bad habits, concentrating on these three might make a difference in the number on your scale. You’re eating zero fat and throwing the baby out with the bathwater It is true that certain fats (trans fats) are unhealthy, causing cardiovascular disease and weight gain. However, some fats are healthy. You can find healthy fats in olive oil, almonds, walnuts, avocado, nuts, and flax seeds. A group of researchers in Spain identified key habits that promote a poor-quality diet.

Things like frequenting fast-food restaurants, snacking from vending machines and eating while watching TV. But the researchers also determined that significant weight gain usually isn’t due to just one bad habit, but rather to a combination. “The simple act of drinking one soda (or any other sugary drink) every day can lead to substantial weight gain over the course of the year,” says Josh Anderson, an AFAA Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and the owner of Always Active Athletics. His example: one can of classic Coke a day, which is about 140 calories.

Overeating and other unhealthy eating habits are more likely in certain situations. Learn how to stick with your portion control plan no matter where you are. But the researchers also determined that significant weight gain usually isn’t due to just one bad habit, but rather to a combination. To learn more, they followed 1,600 people for up to four years, focusing on the effects of seven specific unhealthy habits: Not planning how much you’re going to eat.

Consuming pre-cooked or canned food. A group of researchers in Spain identified key habits that promote a poor-quality diet. Things like frequenting fast-food restaurants, snacking from vending machines and eating while watching TV. But the researchers also determined that significant weight gain usually isn’t due to just one bad habit, but rather to a combination.

The Bad Habits That Lead to Weight Gain It’s no secret that weight gain results from consuming too many calories. But at its core is an imbalance of healthy and unhealthy habits. On one side of the scale — the healthy side — are foods such as whole grains, fruits and vegetables, lean protein and plant-based fats.

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Furthermore, hormones such as leptin and ghrelin are affected by dietary intake and adiposity and appear to play a role in reward; thus, it is possible that dietary patterns associated with food addiction, obesity, and BED precede and cause altered reward processing.

“Compulsive Eating Behavior and Food Addiction: Emerging Pathological Constructs” by Pietro Cottone, Catherine F Moore, Valentina Sabino, George F. Koob
from Compulsive Eating Behavior and Food Addiction: Emerging Pathological Constructs
by Pietro Cottone, Catherine F Moore, et. al.
Elsevier Science, 2019

This suggests that when individuals feel out of control because they are binge eating, they are more likely to avoid confirmation of resultant weight gain.

“Encyclopedia of Body Image and Human Appearance” by Thomas F. Cash
from Encyclopedia of Body Image and Human Appearance
by Thomas F. Cash
Elsevier Science, 2012

Furthermore, weight gain by the binge eating causes a fear of becoming fat, which often leads to inappropriate compensatory behaviors in order to prevent weight gain (ICB), such as insulin omission and selfinduced vomiting.

“Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition” by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson, Colin R. Martin
from Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition
by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson, Colin R. Martin
Springer New York, 2011

For example, rigid dietary restraint increases the likelihood of binge eating which in turn encourages further dietary restraint.

“Rutter's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry” by Sir Michael J. Rutter, Sir Dorothy Bishop, Sir Daniel Pine, Sir Stephen Scott, Sir Jim S. Stevenson, Sir Eric A. Taylor, Sir Anita Thapar
from Rutter’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
by Sir Michael J. Rutter, Sir Dorothy Bishop, et. al.
Wiley, 2011

These studies on “self-control of overeating” were the first to describe behavioral principles (e.g., stimulus control, shaping) that are still used in obesity management today to improve diet and physical activity.

“Nutrition in Lifestyle Medicine” by James M. Rippe
from Nutrition in Lifestyle Medicine
by James M. Rippe
Springer International Publishing, 2016

Weight — Binge eating/drinking Craving certain foods — Excessive weight — Compulsive eating _Water retention _Underweight

“Invitation to Holistic Health: A Guide to Living a Balanced Life” by Charlotte Eliopoulos, American Holistic Nurses' Association
from Invitation to Holistic Health: A Guide to Living a Balanced Life
by Charlotte Eliopoulos, American Holistic Nurses’ Association
Jones and Bartlett, 2004

“Consistent self-weighing may help individuals maintain their successful weight loss by allowing them to catch weight gains before they escalate, and make behavior changes to prevent additional weight gain,” concluded the researchers in Obesity.

“The Every-Other-Day Diet: The Diet That Lets You Eat All You Want (Half the Time) and Keep the Weight Off” by Krista Varady
from The Every-Other-Day Diet: The Diet That Lets You Eat All You Want (Half the Time) and Keep the Weight Off
by Krista Varady
Hachette Books, 2013

For example, exposure to weight-stigmatizing stimuli in individuals with obesity and BED leads to increased calorie consumption and reinforces binge-eating intentions and behaviour.

“Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing for Canadian Practice” by Wendy Austin, Cindy Ann Peternelj-Taylor, Diane Kunyk, Mary Ann Boyd
from Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing for Canadian Practice
by Wendy Austin, Cindy Ann Peternelj-Taylor, et. al.
Wolters Kluwer Health, 2013

Binge eating, binge eating disorder and loss of control eating: Effects on weight outcomes after bariatric surgery.

“Handbook of Obesity Treatment, Second Edition” by Thomas A. Wadden, George A. Bray
from Handbook of Obesity Treatment, Second Edition
by Thomas A. Wadden, George A. Bray
Guilford Publications, 2019

The vicious cycle of dieting, bingeing, purging and fear of weight gain invariably has a detrimental impact on other aspects of functioning, such as work and social relationships, and can have financial implications resulting from the cost of the food.

“Textbook of Diabetes” by Richard I. G. Holt, Clive Cockram, Allan Flyvbjerg, Barry J. Goldstein
from Textbook of Diabetes
by Richard I. G. Holt, Clive Cockram, et. al.
Wiley, 2011

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  • Daniel, coffe can do bad things to your skin, it dihydrate you making your skin look aged. But i guess you already know this but can’t let it go:) I drink 2 to 5 moccacinos or cappucinos per day some times not because i like coffe or I’m addicted to it, in fact i hate the taste and it really has no effect on me i can drink a big coup of coffe and 1 min later sleep well �� but i am addicted to drink something. Some periods I can do only tea other times i drink lots of these vending moccacinos or cappucinos only what has “milk”

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  • “OOOH BOY”& I THOUGHT I COULD MAKE IT THROUGH, I DO THAT, EAT IN SMALL PO6, ETC, SM.BITES, EATING SLOWER IS SO MUCH BETTER THAN EATING FAST,COS YOU COSUME MORE, & BEFORE YOUR STOMACH FEELS FULL, BUT I AM SO GUILTY OF GOING TO A GROCERY STORE-WHEN I’M HUNGRY, & EVERYTHING LOOKS ‘GOOD’, ALSO YOU BUY MORE, & IT’S ‘HEALTHY ‘ FOR YOUR GROCERY BILL, AS WELL AS YOUR HEALTH!!! ALSO GUILTY OF LIKING TO HAVE ‘POPCORN OR CHIPS’, WHILE YOU’RE WATCHING A MOVIE, & SODA POP IS SO BAD FOR YOU, I ALWAYS THOUGHT-“IF YOU SLEEP MORE, YOU’LL EAT LESS, COS PEOPLE I KNOW WHO HAVE INSOMNIA, WHEN THEY CAN’T SLEEP & GET UP,-“WHAT DO THEY DO,?, THEY GO TO THE FRIDGE. & MAKE SOMETHING TO EAT, I KNOW, I EAT LESS, WHENEVER I SLEEP MORE, THANKYOU” ISN’T MY ‘IMAGINATION ‘ THEN!!!.������������������❤❤❤✝️✝️✝️������

  • I have my degree in Fitness and Nutrition and everything you told me I know but It’s good to remember I used to weigh 220 pounds now I weigh 160 took 3 years to get there but everything you said is so true thanks a lot Pastor Janet

  • Nice video Daniel! The people don’t know HOW is Important to have good habits, for a good life. Everyone must have good habits, like good food, good sleep, drinking lots of water etc.…, because this improve your life!

  • Reasons to weight gain
    1 more sodium
    2 constipation
    3 worked out too hard
    4 drunk a ton of water
    5 u ate more carb than usual
    6 weekend habits
    7 u ate ur last meal later than. usual
    8 ur period is coming up
    9 u started new medication
    10 lack of physical activity

  • My new dumb routine
    Day1: (don’t eat untill lunch)
    Day2: ( go to dah gym and drink water with cucumbers
    Day3: (realizes that they posted a new vid)
    Day4: (follows there ideas)
    Day5: (can’t do anything)
    Day6: (trys again*)
    (Ligit dies)

  • WATCH ��: 5 Types Of Tummies And How To Get Rid Of Them https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjYmLCRf9cM&list=PL_fl96m7OLQX8Ls3btXcjCcFcxQ2C1djx&index=6

  • love your content Daniel, I know a lot of those tips, but the way your present they are so fraternal, you talk like your are a kind of old brother, so kind, so familiar, keep it doing that way, so authentic!

  • Habit? Where’s the habit? All these things are normal, natural, and definitely not a habit. You know what habit is? For example bad habit is eating before you sleep or snacking every 5 minutes. These things aren’t habits. They’re just facts. Ofc you’re gonna gain weight after drinking water before sleep or in general. Period isn’t a thing we can control. This video is helpful just the title isn’t. “What makes you gain extra weight” Is what it should be called. Not “bad habits that make you FAT” drinking water isn’t bad. Neither eating(cravings)before your period��

  • Daniel, thank you for great videos! they are so informative!!! Pls, make more videos from Cape Town, I always wanted to visit this gorgeous city! Also I have question for you, Can I guy who is 6 ft / 183 sm, be a runaway model? or it is not tall enough? thanks

  • Eating too fast: Guilty
    Eating when I am distracted: Guilty
    Not getting enough sleep: Guilty as charged…
    Thank you for this useful video Daniel!