Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, January 23rd, 2006
The typical dieter tries to lose weight an average of three times per year. However, health professionals advise avoiding yo-yo dieting and quick-fix gimmicks and instead focus on making lifestyle changes.
"Making small changes can have big results," said Beth Hubrich, RD, executive director of the council. "By reducing portions, controlling calories, adding more activity, people cannot only lose weight but also control their weight without feeling deprived. These small changes are...
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