Today is weigh-in day and travel day. We are heading to Ormond Beach for a week of relaxation. We’ve been here several times so know where to find good food. But we are going to keep our weight loss progress moving forward.
Here are some practical thoughts. If you haven’t been into the National Weight Control Registry, you need to do that when you have time to surf the web. To be a member the criteria is strict. If you are at least 18 years of age and have maintained at least a 30 pound weight loss. Then you answer their detailed questionnaires. Needless to say I’m not a member. But they find a lot of interesting information on successful dieters. Here is one.
Take your cue from dieters on the National Weight Control Registry who’ve lost 66 pounds (on average) and kept it off:
-75% weigh themselves at least once a week.
-78% are breakfast eaters.
-62% limit TV to less than 10 hours a week.
By the way all you scale haters, did you notice the first line. They weigh at least once a week—at least 75% of successful dieters do. And they aren’t couch potatoes either.
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