NWCR researchers say overweight people eat less often. Five daily meals limit overeating desires.
Nearly all Registry participants—98%—changed their diet to reduce weight. Maybe it was drinking water before meals or something else.
Breakfast is a Registry staple. According to NWCR, 78% never skip breakfast.New research questions nutritionists' advise to eat breakfast to lose weight.
75% of Registry participants weigh themselves weekly. Weekly weigh-ins provide accountability. Seeing the scale drop might drive you to eat well and exercise
Less screen time equals more time to be active.WCRFI established a link between viewing TV and weight increase and obesity.
Water helped most lose weight.42% of NWCR Obesity participants said changing their drink was key to their progress.
Men and women who dropped a consistent amount of pounds weekly had better results after one and two years than those who dropped only in the early weeks of their weight loss program.