National Weight Control Registry.By Mary Clifton, MD
Hey, all you gorgeous people who are trying to lose weight and keep it off! Have you heard about the National Weight Control Registry? I’m Dr. Mary Clifton. I’m the founder of Dr. Mary’s Reset Revolution.
If you haven’t looked into the National Weight Control Registry, you have to do it. – Tweet this!
They’ve been studying people who have lost weight and kept it off for over 10 years. These people lost and kept off at least 10% of their body weight. That’s a lot of weight. For somebody who needs to weigh between 130 and 160, somebody who loses 13, 20 pounds, and keeps it off for 10 years, wouldn’t you like to know what they did? The National Weight Control Registry is tracking all of those behaviors. Here’s a hint. We’re adding those behaviors into Dr. Mary’s Reset Revolution.
You’ll get additional science backed weight control and management programs, within our program, that are going to help you stay thin forever.
Here’s one tip within the National Weight Control Registry. People weighed themselves regularly, like once a week. Now, the frequency of once a week is a good idea. What day of the week is the best idea? Probably Friday or Monday, because the weekend is the time when people kind of cut loose of their diets.
If you think that you’re going to have a big weekend, and it’s going to motivate you to stay on track with your diet to measure on Friday, then measure on Friday. If you feel like doing that measurement on Monday is going to help to remind you that you want to keep things under control over the weekend, then measure on Monday.
The great thing about managing your weight is it’s yours to manage. – Tweet this!
We’re going to help you get in a body you love, and stay there for the rest of your life. I’ll see you over at Dr. Mary’s Reset Revolution everyone!
If you need help, reach out to me
Thanks for joining me; have a wonderful day.
Dr. Mary Clifton
PS: Join my RESET REVOLUTION! This is an integrated approach to weight and healing your body. You will change how you eat, live and how you think about your body; even process stress. Everything!
PPS: This site offers information from a study of people who have successfully lost at least 30 pounds and maintained the loss for at least a year. What works.Posted on by Mary Clifton, MD