Don’t Put on Weight in Your New Relationship

how to keep the weight off in a new relationship

Here are 7 easy ways to ensure you do not put on weight in your new relationship.

Falling in love is one of the best feelings in the world, but weight gain and bad habits can be a part of it if you don’t take care and keep an eye on your lifestyle.

With some simple adjustments and some mindfulness, you can ensure this does not happen to you and your new love look and feel fantastic.

According to a 2018 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 4 in 10 adults in Australia are considered to be overweight or obese.

This number has been steadily increasing in recent years, and it’s thought to be due to a number of factors, including changes in diet and lifestyle.

These simple steps will help if you are able to implement them within your lifestyle.

Be mindful of portion sizes. When you’re on a date with your new partner, it’s easy to get caught up in the moment and overeat.

One way to avoid this is to be mindful of portion sizes, and sharing dishes can also help with portion sizes.

Do not be embarrasssed to ask for a take home box, so you can save half of your meal for later

Make mindful choices. When you’re cooking at home, make considered, mindful and healthy choices.

This doesn’t mean you have to give up all your favorite foods, but it does mean making an effort to cook with whole, unprocessed ingredients, and exploring new recipes and cook books.

Get regular exercise. Exercise is essential for weight management, and it’s also a great way to relieve stress and improve your mood. The added bonus is it will improve your sex life, and sex is another great form of regular exercise.

Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise most days of the week and why not involve your new partner in some of your fitness pursuits each week. Walking together can encourage communication and be an enjoyable shared activity every morning.

Don’t put on weight in your new relationship.

Don’t skip meals. Skipping meals can lead to overeating later on, so it’s important to eat regular meals throughout the day. and even the week.

This will help you stay feeling full and satisfied, and it will also help you avoid unhealthy snacks. Again communicate with your partner about your intention to eat healthy, regular meals so you can support each other.

Don’t put on weight on weight in your new relationship, by communicating about nutrition.

Drink plenty of water. Water is essential for good health, and it can also help you feel full and reduce your appetite. Aim to drink 8 glasses of water per day and always start the day with water well before you reach for a coffee or tea.

Get enough sleep. When you’re sleep-deprived, your body produces more of the stress hormone cortisol, which can lead to weight gain.

Aim for 7-8 hours of sleep per night and talk to your partner about regular bed times and waking up together.

Communicate with your partner. If you’re worried about gaining weight in your new relationship, talk to your partner about it. They may be able to offer support and encouragement and chances are they do not want to gain weight either.

Communication is the foundation of any new relationship, but it is also critical to create positive habits and ensure you both live a lifestyle that works for both of you.

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Renae Leith-Manos

Editor and Founder of Bondi Beauty

Renae Leith-Manos loves fitness, new beauty products, long chats and long flights. She is at her best when traveling the world writing about luxury hotels and Michelin Star restaurants ( She has had a colourful media career as a journalist inmagazines and newspapers, in Australia and Asia. She spends her time writing, cooking, consulting to new businesses, running and working out.

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