From the no-way! to the say-what!?, we kept you posted on the weight-loss news of 2013. Now we've rounded up the most brilliant tricks from the past 12 months so you can take them with you into 2014 and beyond!
Do Breakfast Right
Meet your new favorite a.m. meal: Oatmeal keeps you full and satisfied longer than ready-to-eat cereal, per a study we told you about last month.
PLUS: The Best Cereal for Weight Loss
Judge Treats Based on Their Packaging
Don't eat bite-sized junk food out of clear packaging: That's when people tend to chow down on larger amounts of it, according to a study we told you about over the summer.
Buy Healthier Groceries Without Thinking About It
Don't go grocery shopping when you're hungry! A study we reported on in May says you're more likely to purchase high-calorie foods then.
READ MORE: The Worst Time to Grocery Shop
Curb Your All-You-Can-Eat Appetite
Heading to a buffet? Serve yourself some fruit first--it may help you keep your whole plate healthier, according to a study we told you about in November.
You know the number of hours you spend in bed matter when you're trying to shed pounds, but a study released last month says the quality of them makes a difference, too. Need some help in that area? Check out 9 Ways to Get Better Sleep.
Choose Your Sweets Wisely
Want to whittle down your candy habit? You'll likely eat less of it if it's individually wrapped or served with tongs, found research we told you about in September.
Find a Support System
Swap your solo weight-loss efforts for a weight-loss intervention group, and you'll be more successful, according to a recent study.
READ MORE: The Weight-Loss Mistake You've Been Making
Schedule a Wake-Up Call
Set your alarm for the same time every day to reap weight-loss benefits, says a study we reported on last month. Women who wake up at varying times tend to have more body fat, the study found.
Checking out a photo of low-cal food could help you eat less while you're dieting, per a recent study.
Read More: 13 Best Fitness Lessons of 2013