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Gratitude, Goals and Balance: How to Maintain Your Weight Loss for Life

Writing down what you eat, how you feel and how hungry you are is a great way to stay on track when it comes to maintaining your weight loss.

10 Ways How to Maintain Your Weight-Loss

4. Don’t reintroduce your trigger foods into your diet. You may think once the weight is gone you can have all those junky, crappy foods you haven’t had in a long time. Not true. They got you heavy for a reason.

5. If you can use the scale without going crazy, weigh in weekly to stay on track. Try to stay within a 5- to 10-pound range of your goal weight (your weight can fluctuate up to 5 pounds in a day, so give yourself some wiggle room). If you get too high, cut back or lighten up your meals or snacks. If you drop below, add in another snack, from a healthy source, of course.

6. Keep a food journal. It’s the easiest way to get an accurate picture of what is really going on in your diet.

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  1. Tracy says:

    What fantastic tips!! I am a new lifestyle blogger and looking to narrow my niche as I have lost 100 lbs and kept it off for 14 years and feel this might be the direction I’m looking for. I’m pinning this and reading more!!!

  2. This is so great! Thank you! It is SO important to work hard to maintain weight loss – and #5 is SO true – staying within 5-10 pounds of regain is so much easier to manage than suddenly realizing you’ve gained back 25!

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