Stick to Your Diet for at Least a Year for Potentially Lasting Weight Loss

If you’ve ever dieted before, you know how hard it is to keep the weight off for good. New research suggests that if you maintain your weight loss for at least 52 weeks, it’ll be easier to maintain that weight in the long run.

Source: Stick to Your Diet for at Least a Year for Potentially Lasting Weight Loss

You don’t necessarily need to deprive yourself, either. Just eat more vegetables.

Given the sample size (no pun intended), I’d stick to what this study found about how long you need to keep weight off to make it a more permanent change.

How Hormones Make You Feel Hungry and Full

The need to find fuel to generate energy is a profound drive within the biology of all living organisms: we all need food to survive. So it’s not surprising that our bodies have such a complex system to control food intake, driven by hormones.

Source: How Hormones Make You Feel Hungry and Full

Interesting to learn that the food cravings after/during weight loss are hormonal.