Maintaining a caloric deficit, or eating less calories than your body uses, is the most important criterion for weight loss.

Focus on a balanced diet full of complete foods, such as fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains, to make sure you get the nutrients you need while consuming fewer calories.

Even when eating healthy foods, you need exercise portion control to prevent overeating.

Regular Physical Activity: Add regular physical activity to your schedule to burn additional calories and enhance your general health.

Keep Hydrated: Drinking adequate water will help curb cravings and stop overeating.

To avoid mindless eating, pay attention to what you eat, enjoy each bite, and stay away from distractions like TV or smartphones during meals.

Limit Processed Foods: Processed foods, sugary snacks, and high-fat foods should all be consumed in moderation as they tend to be calorie-dense and lacking in nutrients.

Consistency: Maintain your food and exercise routine over time to see long-lasting weight loss outcomes.

Seek practitioner assistance: For individualized counsel and assistance catered to your unique requirements and goals, speak with a healthcare practitioner or registered dietitian as needed.