Staying on track with healthy eating while traveling helps keep your energy up, your weight stable and creates a “no excuse” attitude, so you don’t have to diet when you get home…you just keep up your healthy routine no matter where you are.
When you started your medical weight loss program you probably had a particular goal weight in mind. However, the goal weight you wish to achieve may not always be the healthiest weight for you. Despite your ambitions to look how you did in your late teens, that weight may not be the best for optimal health and wellness.
Many people who are overweight or obese may find themselves struggling with depression as well. On the other hand, some people who struggle with depression find themselves unable to properly manage their weight. Does obesity cause depression, or is depression what makes us obese?
You probably already know that maintaining a healthy weight can reduce your risk for serious disease. But how much weight do you have to lose to see an improvement in your health? New research shows that even small amounts of weight loss may reduce your risks.
Many people have an ideal weight in mind when they start a weight loss program. Perhaps you want to fit into a certain dress size, or maybe you're hoping to weigh as much as you did on your wedding day. Is your ideal weight a realistic, attainable goal? Before you start planning how you're going to lose weight, consider exactly how much weight you want, or need, to lose.