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From the Blog of Michael R. Eades, MD : Weight loss maintenance II
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Weight Loss Maintenance: People Who Have Lost 30 Pounds or More Share Their Secrets
Refuse to Regain!: 12 Tough Rules to Maintain the Body You've Earned!
Staying Lean for Life
Diets work, but what good are they if the weight returns? Statistics show that 80 to 90 percent of dieters regain every lost pound. This fact represents the largest and least addressed problem in obesity management. The recidivism of dieters fuels a $30 billion weight-loss industry, an industry that would shrink like Al Roker’s waistline if the newly-thin could only make weight loss stick. But here is the problem: The skills needed to maintain a new, smaller body size are not obvious or intuitive; they must be taught. Inexplicably, books that deal successfully with ways to prevent regain have gone unwritten. Refuse to Regain by long-time weight-management authority Barbara Berkeley, M.D., fills this void. Berkeley, former medical director for the Optifast program and founder of Weight Management Partners, is a board-certified internist.
Cynthia Stamper Graff
You’ve lost the weight. How will you keep it off?
Based on more than 30 years experience at the renowned Lindora Medical Clinic, America’s leading medically based weight control program, this book guides you day-by-day through an innovative eight-week program created to help you achieve a state of metabolic equilibrium.
Follow this program and you will:
- Improve your health by reducing your risk factors for diabetes, heart disease, osteoarthritis, hypertension, gallbladder disease, breast and colon cancers, and depression
- Experience greater vitality and enhanced self-esteem
- Avoid old habits that caused you to gain weight in the first place
- Discover the secrets of successful maintainers
- Find out to make the Mental Fitness Circle work for you
- Learn to use a Daily Action Plan to help you stay motivated
Even when life doesn’t allow you to eat perfectly, you can always ‘Eat Better’
Even if you can’t exercise for an hour every day, you can always ‘Move More’
Stress hormones promote weight gain. You can learn new ways to ‘Stress Less’
If anyone is interested, I used this book during my first few months of maintenance, and my Lean for Life daily posts begin at post #1510 in my 2nd journal http://forum.lowcarber.org/showthre...&page=101&pp=15
Staying Power : Maintaining Your Low-Carb Weight Loss for Good
Drs. Michael Eades and Mary Dan Eades
Thin for Life: 10 Keys to Success from People Who Have Lost Weight and Kept It Off
Drs. Michael Eades and Mary Dan Eades were among the first to demonstrate the benefits of a protein-rich, low-carbohydrate diet. In their runaway bestseller Protein Power, which has sold more than 4 million copies, and their other bestsellers, the Eades showed us just how easy and effective low-carb dieting is for losing weight and achieving optimal health. Now, with Staying Power, they break new ground with the first book focused on helping you make your dieting success stick for the long haul. Staying Power takes the low-carb diet revolution to the next stage.
If you've lost weight and regained your health with your low-carb diet plan—whether the Eades' program or any other—but are concerned about maintaining your success, Staying Power is for you. Staying Power is a complete game plan for transitioning from low-carb dieting to a satisfying and fulfilling low-carb lifestyle. Drawing on the latest medical research as well as their decades of work with thousands of dieters, the Eades supply you with all the tools you need, including:
- A transition-to-maintenance program, including two weeks of delicious meal plans, that helps you make the transition from dieting to maintaining your weight loss
- Four full weeks of hearty and satisfying maintenance meal plans, including breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks
- The 7-Day Low-Carb Boot Camp for getting back on track if you've plateaued or slipped from your plan
- Expert advice on how to handle the holidays, special occasions, eating at restaurants, and trips away from home
- Inspirational success stories from women and men who've achieved a successful low-carb lifestyle
- Meal planner worksheets, guidelines for protein requirements, protein and carbohydrate servings lists, and exercise tips
- An extensive FAQ section with answers to the most frequently asked low-carb questions
But that's not all. Staying Power also includes the Staying Power LifePlanner, one of the most powerful tools in your low-carb maintenance arsenal. This complete 365-day fill-in planner allows you to keep track of your eating and exercise activities day by day and chart your progress week by week. The LifePlanner brings you a wealth of tips, motivational quotes, and other resources that help you get on the path to the low-carb lifestyle and stay on it.
Anne M. Fletcher
Eating Thin for Life: Food Secrets & Recipes from People Who Have Lost Weight & Kept It Off
Whether you want to lose 10 pounds or 100, Thin for Life will help you master your weight problem by sharing the strategies of the real experts–hundreds of women and men who have lost weight for good. In this new edition of the acclaimed bestseller, award-winning weight expert and registered dietitian Anne M. Fletcher weaves together strategies of the weight-loss "masters" with exciting recent research to show that permanent weight loss is easier than is commonly believed.
- New findings about people who succeed
- The 10 keys to permanent weight loss
- The lowdown on diets–low-calorie, low-fat, and high-protein
- Resources for losing weight–programs, Websites, and more
Winner of a National Health Information Award and chosen by the Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter as "one of the top 3 diet books on the market."
Living the Thin Life: Creative Ways to Maintain Your Weight for Life
Anne Fletcher is a registered dietician who studied 208 "masters" who succeeded in losing an average of 64 pounds and keeping the weight off. She revealed their keys to success in Thin for Life. In Eating Thin for Life, Fletcher explores the eating habits and recipes of these weight-control successes. They share how they ate when they were heavy, how they motivated themselves to change, what eating plans helped them lose weight, and how they continue to keep their weight low. The masters share the strategies that help them stick to healthy, slimming eating choices--and enjoy the foods they choose. The book is particularly remarkable because there isn't some celebrity or expert telling you what to eat: The people who have accomplished their goals in diverse ways describe how they did it, with Fletcher filling in nutritional information to supplement the masters' points.
- all about the book here: http://www.livingthethinlife.com/the-book.html
Keep Yourself Thin: After the Diet, the Key to Long Term Success,
Weight Management for Your Life: Ten Steps to Prepare You for Adopting a Healthy Lifestyle
We all know how good it feels to slim down, to be able to fit into that dress or achieve that beach-fabulous body in time for a holiday, but we also know how frustrating and demoralising it is when, after the hard work, the weight creeps back on again. However, keeping the weight off doesn't always need to be a losing battle as this book reveals all the tricks and techniques to keeping yourself thin. We all fall into bad habits without realising it and so Joanna highlights each and every one; like eating at the wrong time, or having too many starchy carbs for dinner. It may sound simple but Joanna's clients consider her 'Carb Curfew' to be the single most important tool in their weight management success.
About the Author
Joanna Hall is one of the UK's leading fitness, diet and lifestyle experts. A regular on television and in the national press, Joanna is a columnist for the Guardian, Marie Claire, Tesco Healthy Living, Boots Health and Beauty and Health and Fitness. Joanna has launched numerous consumer health campaigns and her expertise is widely sought by major health and fitness brands. She is the Patron of Move4Health, the official physical activity provision of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Obesity and is also the author of numerous books and DVDs, most recently The Weight-Loss Bible for Kyle Cathie.
Maximize Your Body Potential: Lifetime Skills for Successful Weight Management
Concise, research-based, and comprehensive, Weight Management for Your Life gives people who struggle with weight control the information and skills needed to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Read this book if you are mildly or moderately overweight, if your weight is in a healthy range and you are concerned about possible future weight gain, or if you don’t really know what a desirable weight range should be. This book will help you determine whether you are ready to make a commitment to proactive lifelong weight management and, if not, what actions and decisions might bring you to that point. Follow the “easy action steps” in Chapter 11 and you will be able to say with confidence, "I know what I want to do, and I am doing it!” This book is also recommended for therapists, counselors, and other health professionals who work with people interested in adopting a healthy lifestyle.
Now That You've Lost It: How to Maintain Your Best Weight
This book is the winner of the American Medical Writers Association Award. Here in one book are all of the tools that anyone can use to develop ways to be successful in managing body weight. Using self-tests, checklists, and fill-in forms, "Maximize Your Body Potential" shows the reader how to make a commitment, how to set realistic goals, and how to design an individualised exercise and eating program.With the unique information that is developed by the reader and the basic material drawn from so many resources by Joyce Nash, it is possible for anyone to create a program that is unique and individual. The book goes beyond diet and exercise to address behaviour patterns and the psychological components that all have a role to play in successful weight loss and long-term weight management. Additional features include: the latest nutrition information and guidelines for eating a healthy diet; behaviour change techniques for improving eating and exercise habits; positive self-talk and thinking skills for achieving success; coping skills for managing stress and overcoming emotional and binge eating; and, how to maintain success as a thinner person.
Joyce D. Nash
Weight Loss Maintenance (MP3 Download)
The Diogenes Project – Diet, Obesity & Genes
For many people, weight-loss programs have been a cruel hoax. How often do you hear someone say: “I have no trouble losing weight; I’ve lost hundreds of pounds—but then I always gain it back, and usually a little extra.” Now That You’ve Lost It lays out a comprehensive system for permanent weight control, focusing on staying at goal weight. Teaching powerful thinking skills, it describes what is needed for success, shows the reader how to assess his or her particular needs, and systematically teaches how to: Cope with binge eating Overcome backsliding Manage anger and loneliness Use self-talk effectively Learn to “think smart” Cope with social influences Overcome depression and anxiety Cope with success
Joyce D. Nash holds two Ph.D.s, one in clinical psychology from the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, and one in communication from Stanford University, where she did post-doctoral work at the School of Medicine. Dr. Nash is the author of several books on various topics related to behavioral medicine.
Protein intake is key to weight management after weight loss concludes the DIOGENES 8 European country dietary intervention study
Increased Dietary Protein helps keep the weight off – Low GI foods no advantage
How to stop regaining weight? That’s the real question
Long-Term Weight Maintenance after an Intensive Weight-Loss Program
Determining optimal approaches for weight maintenance: a randomized controlled trial
Leisure-time activity is an important determinant of long-term weight maintenance after weight loss in the Sibutramine Trial on Obesity Reduction and Maintenance (STORM trial)
Long-Term Weight Maintenance after an Intensive Weight-Loss Program
Comparison of Strategies for Sustaining Weight Loss
Long-Term Weight Loss and Breakfast in Subjects in the National Weight Control Registry