5 behavioral strategies to help you successfully lose weight and keep it off. Matthew M. Clark, Ph.D., Clinical Health Psychologist and Professor of Psychology, and Brooke L. Werneburg, Resiliency Specialist at the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program, discuss how to break the cycle of weight loss and regain, tips to prevent relapse, how to overcome your obstacles, implement a motivation plan--a key component for healthy weight loss and maintenance. Questions were answered live during the event.
This webinar was recorded August 18 2015.
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I’m close to my goal weight and have reached a stand still. Is it helpful to trick my body into thinking I weigh more than I do by wearing a weighted backpack when working out?
Does the Mayo Clinic Diet account for diabetes? Am I getting too much sugar with all the fruit?
Do you consider probiotic use and gut microbiome in weight loss?
Do you think overeating can be caused by anxiety? Could anti anxiety medication help?
Is there really a way to target visceral fat with diet?
Is there a SAFE appetite suppressant that works?
I am trying to lose weight and have lose about 45 pounds on my own.But my weight has come to a stop and it won’t let me lose.I have a rare lung disease(Alpha 1) so exercise is not a big plus for me.I drink water a whole lot.8-10 a day.I’m 54 in the menopause age to.What can I do to help my self.???? HELP PLEASE I NEED TO LOSE ABOUT 45 POUNDS MORE. THANK YOU!!!
Needing motivation to stick with it over the long haul, not get discouraged so easily. Hopefully there will be some suggestion to help us “keep at it”.
Thank you! We will have to stick together and maybe in the long haul we
will both get more suggesting things to futher me and others a long.Thank
I am not over eating but I am about 15 pounds over weight. I am 61 and busy with my 8 month old grandson. I am pretty disgusted with myself. Will walking on a treadmill after 6:00 in the evening be helpful?