If you’re looking for easy weight loss tips check these out – we’ve put together a list of simple ways you can activate rapid weight loss and overcome that plateau!

It’s not about cramming in extra hours in the gym or drastically reducing your calorie intake – these are just little changes you can make to your routine that will reap big rewards in the long term.

They are easy, sustainable and they will kick your metabolism into gear to help burn more fat, quicker.


Snacking isn’t the evil diet-ruiner that it’s often made out to be.

It’s what you are snacking on that is important.

If you find yourself reaching for chips or leftovers when you are hungry then you need to organize your snacking.

Prepare healthy snacks in advance so you can grab them on-the-go.

Try these easy snacks:

  • Diet Pro Shake
  • Mixed Berries
  • Rice Cakes and Cottage Cheese
  • A tsp of nut butter on a green apple

Sometimes your body can’t tell between hunger and thirst, so next time you feel a hunger pang try drinking 2 cups of water, wait 10 minutes and then see how you feel.

Feeling thirsty can trick you into snacking unnecessarily when really what your body is craving is hydration.

Make sure you drink at least two liters, per day.

Whatever you choose to drink, stay away from sugary drinks and soda!


Mint flavours signal your brain to stop eating by tweaking your taste buds, so second helpings and desserts seem a lot less appealing.

The choice is yours for how you choose to take your mint.

Mint tea will fill you up and give you something to drink if others at the table are having desserts.

Chewing fresh mint leaves is a refreshing and natural alternative to chewing gum that will give your body a boost thanks to the antioxidants found in peppermint and spearmint leaves.


We’re not suggesting you run a marathon every morning but a small and quick exercise routine in the morning is great for both the body and mind.

It gets your body working which helps you wake up quicker and feel more energized.

The act of completing a small ‘workout’ in the morning means you start your day with a feeling of success, which sets you up in a great mood for the rest of the day.


Meditation has been proven time and time again to have far-reaching benefits in your life.

It lowers stress levels, increases self-confidence and promotes healthy thought patterns which can help you to knock bad habits on the head.

Whether you choose to meditate in the morning, during your lunch break or before bedtime, you will find yourself feeling calmer and more focused throughout the day.