the chiropractic report
Every year millions of overweight and obese Americans face the New Year determined to slim down and improve their health. Yet despite their good intentions, many find themselves trapped in a cycle of diet and failure, year after year.
When it comes to losing weight, it can be hard to achieve lasting results. Scott Kahan, MD, MPH, of the National Center for Weight and Wellness in Washington, D.C., sheds light on shedding pounds, with practical advice for those seeking long-term weight loss solutions this season.
"One of the main reasons New Year's resolutions repeatedly fail is that people turn to unproven remedies, fad diets, and unrealistic weight loss goals," Dr. Kahan said. "Making sustainable changes isn't easy and weight loss doesn't happen overnight."
According to a national online survey among obese or overweight American adults, those who resolved to lose weight in the New Year tried and failed an average of six times. Even worse,
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