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How to Keep the Weight Off After You Lose It

Losing weight is no easy feat, but keeping the weight off is another challenge in itself. Here are some of our suggestions for maintaining your target weight:

Stick to Healthy Eating Habits 

Just because you have lost the weight you have desired, that doesn’t mean you can go back to eating whatever foods you crave. It is okay to have a treat once in a while, but it is essential that you stick to the same healthy eating habits that helped you lose the weight in the first place.


Continue Exercising

Keeping weight off after losing it also means sticking to a regular exercise routine. Exercise is essential here, and it will help you maintain a healthy physique. Exercising also helps you maintain muscle, and muscle is necessary for burning fat and calories.

Exercising doesn’t always have to be done at the gym. Some of the best forms of exercise are the ones that don’t feel like exercise at all, such as walking your dog, going for a long swim, hiking through the woods, or playing sports.


Keep a Journal, and Watch What You Eat

Another helpful way to keep weight off is to keep a daily health journal. Always write down what you eat each day, and make sure your diet consists of nutrient-rich food. This means shopping for organic foods and staying away from preservative-laden ones with a list of ingredients on the back of the package that you can’t pronounce.

Prepackaged or fast food may taste great, but eating them in excess can undo all of your previous work to lose weight in the first place. The meals you prepare yourself are the ones that will help your body feel good and look good.


Once you have taught yourself how to maintain your new healthy lifestyle, keeping the weight off will feel like second nature.

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