You have decided to lose weight and want to make sure that you keep it off.
For most dieters, preventing the pounds from coming back after working so hard to lose them is their biggest challenge. On average, people regain two-thirds of the weight that they've lost within two years.
One technique to prevent regaining the lost pounds is daily weigh-ins. This idea makes sense: By seeing what the scale reads each day you have a better chance of catching small weight gains and getting back on track with diet and exercise as soon as possible.
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