published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that keeping a food diary may double your weight loss efforts.
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Nice honest truths.
Great thank you for sharing!
I hate those fad diets. What a waste of time and energy
I only do two of these so I've improved! Thank you for the great article!
I don't have a nutritionist, but it's good information.
Good need-to-know information, thanks!
Putting myself down and giving up are two of the things that apply to me. My self talk is frequently positive but my behavior is sometimes self-destructive. For example, I weigh myself 1x a week. When the scale doesn’t change in the right direction, I feel defeated and all my workouts and healthy eating choices that made during the week don’t lighten my mood and outlook. I also possess no willpower and can easily say, “okay” when I’m offered wine or chocolate. I need to find a simple way to stay motivated.
Great reminders. Loved the idea of walking a little more each day. Thanks.
doing most but I do weigh often but I don't get down on myself when it goes up and down a little but watch for trend
All true. You need to stay positive and set those goals. Then “friends” can’t steer you away as easy.
I do 8 out of 10 of these
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