About Weight Loss
  Section Features
Success Secrets of Losing Weight; Choosing a Safe Weight-Loss Program; Lifting Your Way to Weight Loss; Purge Pounds Permanently; Weight-Loss Fact and Fiction; Maintaining Weight Loss; Could a Nutrition Expert Help You?Fight Back Against Fat; Could Medication Be Causing Weight Gain?; Managing Midlife Weight Gain; How to Grocery Shop for Weight Loss
  Fast Facts
Did You Know? Here are tips from the Weight-control Information Network on losing weight: •Keep a food diary so you'll see what you eat. •Go grocery shopping when you aren't hungry. •When you eat out, limit yourself to half your entrée and bring the rest home for another meal. •At home, eat at the table, with the television turned off. •Don't forget exercise as part of your weight-loss plan.

 

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