“Stop weighing yourself, that is like numero uno, you must do, but I understand that it takes people a long time to get to that point, where you don’t need the scale anymore,” says Dr. Stefani Reinold. When you focus on weight as your end goal you will always regain the weight.
Reinold, shares with us the research that says when you have consciously tried to lose x amount of weight or reach x pant size, more than likely you gained the weight back in 3-5 years. She says that the research supports this is the case for 95% of us. The other 5% have potentially developed an eating disorder.
We all have those items that sit in the back of our pantry for weeks. Jars of oats, corn bread mix, pancake mix, stale bread, onions, dozens of cans of beans, and peanut butter. They aren’t the most exciting of foods— but the never-ending-blurring-days-of-quarantine, are about to get a lot more interesting because of them.
If you're trying to lose weight, the amount of sleep you get may be just as important as your diet and exercise. Unfortunately, many people aren't getting enough sleep. In fact, about 30% of adults are sleeping fewer than six hours most nights, according to a study of US adults. Interestingly, mounting evidence shows that sleep may be the missing factor for many people who are struggling to lose weight. Here are seven reasons why getting enough sleep may help you lose weight. 1. Poor Sleep Is a Major Risk Factor for Weight Gain and Obesity Poor sleep has repeatedly...