Posts tagged with weight loss maintenance

The Hardest Part of Losing Weight

Posted on January 12, 2015 by Leave a comment

Regain Lost WeightThe hardest part of losing weight is not dropping pounds. The real challenge, according to research, starts after you reach your goal weight. A report published by The Obesity Society found maintaining weight loss is one of the most difficult challenges in keeping weight off long term. But with a few tips, you can break through this roadblock and keep weight off for good!


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Why You Regain Lost Weight And How to Make Sure It Never Happens Again!

Posted on June 30, 2014 by 1 Comment

Regain Lost WeightLosing weight isn’t always the hardest part of a weight loss plan. Often times, the bigger challenge is keeping it off. Many dieters get stuck in the lose weight, gain weight cycle, but with proper education and guidance from trained medical providers, this doesn’t have to be your fate. Learn the most common mistakes that cause people to regain lost weight, and find out how to make sure it never happens again!


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Goal Setting: Can You Reach Too High?

Posted on February 25, 2013 by 1 Comment

weight loss goals Goals. We all have them. Some are smaller, short-term goals, like finishing a project at work. Some are bigger, long-term goals, like losing weight.


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5 Simple Strategies to Maintain Long-Term Weight Loss

Posted on February 8, 2012 by 3 Comments

Long-Term Weight LossAfter you have worked so hard to lose weight, the last thing you want is to gain it all back. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what happens to many people. But you can avoid this common weight loss and weight gain cycle by following these simple strategies for long-term weight loss:


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A Secret to Weight Loss Success (That Really Works)

Posted on January 13, 2011 by 10 Comments

moniotrWant to know the secret of those who lose weight and keep it off? They don’t only eat a well balanced diet and stay active, they also add the habit of monitoring their weight to their routine. For many of my patients, such monitoring has provided the missing piece to solving their weight issues for good.

One patient that comes to mind is a man in his mid-50s who started the medical weight loss program with a BMI of 34. After losing the excess weight, he has maintained a BMI of 26 for more than two years.


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