Smart Weight Loss Solutions
Sonoma Diet author Connie Guttersen answers the following weight loss questions on EverydayHealth.com:
We all make New Year’s resolutions, and often these resolutions involve weight loss or fitness goals. But many of us quickly lose traction and don’t achieve our goals. What are the psychological and emotional reasons behind these failures?
What is the biggest mistake people make when making a resolution? Are you setting yourself up for failure when you make a New Year’s resolution to lose weight or get fit?
What are three things you can do to improve your chances of success before you make a healthy lifestyle change?
Why is it so hard to keep the weight off after a diet, and what can you do to maintain weight loss?
How can you rearrange your life to make it easier to avoid diet temptations?
What advice do you have for people who just don’t like to exercise or who avoid it for other reasons?
It’s easy to make excuses when you’re juggling work and family responsibilities. How can you make time for your resolutions in a hectic schedule?
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