Persevere to Lose Weight and Keep it Off

Tenacity is the best way to keep off the weight.

With all the resolutions to lose weight being made this year it is easy to forget that reaching your goal involves a lot of changes.

And in making those changes there are bound to be a few slips along the way.

Well, it is not in the mistake but rather in the recovery where success is borne.

Behavior change is the cornerstone of healthy, successful weight loss and it takes about three months to establish a new behavior.

Only 20 percent of Americans who’ve tried to lose weight will keep the weight off after one year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Bartfield offered the following tips to help reverse this trend and help people achieve and maintain their weight-loss goals.

Don’t forget to to give yourself some slack.

A few mistakes here and there is no reason to give up.

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