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Why is so little attention given to maintenance?

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  • rlfraustorlfrausto Posts: 22Member Member Posts: 22Member Member
    I believe that maintenance is only a word, when I started this it was to change my eating habits and whith that came losing weight and keeping my food intake the same, not swaying thinking it's done now I need to maintain. Be happy with what you eat and how satifying it is. The other stuff, like junk food and sweets sodas, etc. are not worth going back to, ever....
  • rlfraustorlfrausto Posts: 22Member Member Posts: 22Member Member
    Just eat normal and exercise the way you started and lost weight, no biggy!!
  • CrazyMermaid1CrazyMermaid1 Posts: 194Member Member Posts: 194Member Member
    I wish it was as easy for me as it is for you. I have to be very vigilant
  • kcmcbeekcmcbee Posts: 31Member Member Posts: 31Member Member
    Yes it seems Permanent healthy changes are harder than “temporary”, even long term dieting to hit a goal weight. So I’m working on making my changes become more of a lifestyle change in my habits to keep off what I’ve lost. Hope you can too! I understand how hard it is to keep it off. Portions and what I do and don’t eat and keeping track and being honest with myself is the best way for me.
  • pjwrtpjwrt Posts: 80Member, Premium Member Posts: 80Member, Premium Member
    "Diet." That word should be banned in the Maintenance thread because we no longer "diet." We've graduated from the diet phase into the "eating normally phase."
  • CrazyMermaid1CrazyMermaid1 Posts: 194Member Member Posts: 194Member Member
    Rainbow 198 what books did you read?
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