The New Year is just around the corner, and if you are like most Americans, you’re probably mulling over your New Year’s resolutions. Likely, many people will find themselves committing to a new diet plan in an effort to lose weight.
According to The Washington Post, about 25 percent of people abandon their resolution to lose weight after a mere week. Picking a diet plan doesn’t seem to be the issue at hand. Rather, sticking to the plan appears to be the problem. So, is there any way to combat this motivational drop off?
Studies suggest that preparedness, finding a solid support system, and setting realistic, measurable goals, are three innovative ways to manage staying on track while dieting. learn more