Health Tip: Keep the Weight Off
(HealthDay News) -- It's tempting to let good eating habits slide once you've reached your desired weight, but that can mean quickly re-adding those lost pounds.
The Cleveland Clinic suggests how to help you maintain weight loss:
Cut down on daily calories; work with a dietitian to come up with the ideal caloric intake for you.
Scale back on sauces, dressings and other condiments. Opt for healthier offerings such as lemon juice, vinegar, herbs and low-calorie marinades.
Never skip meals or starve yourself. This could cause you to binge eat and pack on even more pounds.
Eat high-fiber, whole grain foods. Avoid stocking your kitchen with high-fat, tempting foods.
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