Guide to Moving Off the Weight Loss Plateau

You Eat It, You Write It Down-
If you started dieting in back in January as part of a New Year's resolution, kudos to you â€" you've been at it for almost five months. However, dieting can lose its ... more 
You Eat It, You Write It Down-
If you started dieting in back in January as part of a New Year's resolution, kudos to you â€" you've been at it for almost five months. However, dieting can lose its shine and you can get, well . . . lazy when it comes to food. Food journaling is the best way to keep yourself honest. Those random handfuls of chips or candy Kisses actually do add up. Use the scale not budging as a reminder to track your food intake. Try my free printable food journal or keep a journal online at LiveStrong or SparkPeople. less 
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Thu, Oct 6, 2011 5:17 PM EDT
Homeostasis. That's a fancy way to say equilibrium, and it's what your body craves, even more than salt and vinegar potato chips. We humans are highly adaptive creatures, and our bodies work to maintain homeostasis. This is really no big deal, unless you're trying to lose weight, and then it really