Eating for Weight Management

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  1. The Lowdown on Diets
  1. Coping With Food Cravings

    Some people experience food cravings only now and then, while others have them daily or weekly.

  2. Emotional Eating: How to Cope

    Emotional eating affects most everyone from time to time, but regularly letting your feelings guide your food intake can affect your health.

  3. Success Secrets of Losing Weight

    The majority of dieters regain the weight they lose within five years. But they could avoid doing so by gradually changing their eating and exercise habits. Your approach to weight loss should be to make changes you can keep up for the rest of your life.

  4. The Skinny on Fat-Free Foods

    When food producers cut the fat out of foods, they often replace it with extra sugar or other carbohydrates, which add calories.

  5. Weight Matters: When Willpower Isn't Enough

    Most medical weight-loss programs first try to help you make the long-term behavioral changes necessary to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. This includes exercising regularly and eating healthy food. If you still remain seriously overweight, you and your doctor might discuss these options.

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