So many times we fail in our attempts to lose weight and blame the diet plan we are following for it when, in fact, it is our own responsibility, and a result of mistakes we make and are not aware of.
There are several factors involved in the success or failure of a weight loss plan.
Set your slimming goals clearly. Do not just think of losing weight, determine the desired weight you will want to achieve. This will not only be a clear motivation so as to continue sticking to the diet plan until you reach it, but it is also necessary to help you chose the right diet to get to that point. Some weight loss diets are more drastic and allow losing several pounds within a short time, while others do not require so much effort but take you longer time to reach the goal.
Make sure you set realistic weight loss goals and choose an adequate diet to achieve them. If you intent to lose 40 pounds in three weeks, you will certainly give up in week too. There is no diet that can make you slim so, unless you decide to literally starve, and not even that will suffice. Being realistic also influences the kind of weight loss plan you choose. If you are a sedentary person by nature, a diet based on an eating plan and daily aerobics is not for you. You will just hate it.
Stick to your slimming plan till the end. Once you set your goals and chose the diet that is more adequate to it, be disciplined and stick to it. Commonly, people start a slimming plan, start losing way in a noticeable manner, but when the pace at which they lose pound slows down, they blame the diet for it, quit, and switch to another one. Control your anxiety, and do not forget that with any weight loss diet, you will lose more pounds at the beginning and then the rhythm will slow down. This type of diet would really be a nice example.