Thursday, August 7, 2008

Daily Weight Loss Tip

Weigh Yourself Everyday. I know many nutritionists, dietitians and what not say "Don't be a slave to the scale." And that's good advice for when you first start losing weight. Those first couple of weeks of weight loss can be frustrating. You can go up and down, or not move at all. It is easy to get discouraged. So yes, during those early weeks of weight loss I would (if you can) keep your weigh-ins to once a week.

However, once you lose the weight, weighing yourself everyday becomes a necessity. Some of us become slack once we reach are goal weight. We go back to our bad habits that made us fat to begin with. We don't notice how our skinny jeans are getting tighter, or how are middle tends to be expanding, and the next thing we know what was probably a five pound gain turns into a twenty pound gain and we're right back where we started.

For some of us, without a constant reminder of our weight, we will always put the weight back on. Weighing yourself everyday will help you maintain your weight. If you see the scale creeping up then you know you need to makes some changes either by exercising more or eating less. If hitting your goal weight and maintaining your goal weight is a priority to you then becoming cozy with your scale is the best way to make that happen.


Mahoganydymond said...

Ive been weighting myself every week... It has been working good for me. I am so proud of my weightloss.

Bani online said...

It's true. You don't have to be a scale slave. Losing weight should draw on a change of the unhealthy lifestyle you are used with. Same as in my narration of "The TWO most important weight loss tips" that you can find at, the weight loss should brief to just two major things: Lifestyle and Confidence.

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