Tips for Weight Loss

4 Ways to Shed the Weight for Good

What are the crucial behavior differences between those who keep weight off and those who put it back on? Here are four key behaviors that separate the maintainers from the gainers.

Healthy weight is about balancing food intake with physical activity, and small changes can make a big difference. Learn about getting started with a healthy eating plan, foods to include, ways to cut calories and more tips for losing weight the healthy way.

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