Weight Manager

September 1998 Issue

The "Write" Way to Lose Weight

Carefully and conscientiously writing down every bite of food you put in your mouth can help you get through tempting situations like holiday meals, suggests a new study. Two Illinois researchers looked at how self-monitoring food intake affected the weight-loss efforts of 38 obese volunteers, mostly women, who had already lost an average of 21.6 pounds each in a weight-loss program. During the 10-week study, which spanned the difficult Thanksgiving-to- New Year period,

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