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Behavioral weight loss tips

Successfulweight lossrequires making behavioral changes for life, such as eating healthy food andexercising several times a week. Decrease your caloric intake by 500 to 1,000calories a day to shed about 1 to 2 lbs. weekly. Losing 5 to 10 percent of yourbodyweight lowers your cholesterol and blood pressure.

Burningmore calories than you consume is the only way to lose weight. Behavioralchanges, not just dietary ones, help you achieve the caloric deficit crucial toweight loss. Eating more slowly and keeping a food diary are just amongbehavioral changes that have worked for others. To maintain your motivation andweight-loss momentum, implement small and progressive behavioral changes andreward yourself along the way. More info can be found at

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