Welcome to Part 3 of a 3 Part Series on the key mistakes people should never make while navigating through any weight loss program.
Part 2 in a 3 Part Series
A Heart and Stroke Foundation survey of almost 2,000 Canadians found that 62% reported intentionally losing five or more pounds over the past five years but failed to keep the weight off. 70% of those who were overweight or obese regained all or even more pounds after their weight-loss efforts.
Part 1 in a 3 Part Series
Today, more and more people are dieting and exercising in attempts to lose weight. Since the year 2000, the number of dieters in the United States alone has more than doubled. In fact, the average dieter will begin a new diet every 90 days. With so many people working to lose weight, it would be logical to think that we have the dieting and exercise game all figured out. Unfortunately, the reality is that more people continue to struggle with their weight because they continue to make vital mistakes with their weight loss regimen.