You may have dropped some junk or sugary foods that you used to eat, but now, with your new diet plan, you still have to track your meals, regardless of what you’re eating. Awareness is the first and foremost factor in losing weight, and being responsible for what you just ate is vital.
Studies found that people who track their calories and food they’re eating tend to lose more weight faster than those who don’t. Many people are usually just careless and don't have a clue as to how much they're eating.
When was the last time you went out and ate junk foods? When was the last time you ordered pizzas?
Asking yourself questions like these will help you track the meals you ate, as well as deciding on your next meal. So, next time you want to order that pizza or having a BBQ with your friends, remember to track what you eat and learn to say no to them.
Actionable step: create a diet plan for the next 30 days, with 1-2 cheat days in a week.