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15 Secrets to Keeping Off the Pounds for Good

Measure Progress off the Scale

Don’t be a slave to your bathroom scale. It only tells part of the story -- and not always the truth. For instance, if you’ve started lifting weights you’re building muscle, which weighs more than fat, so while you may look thinner (and your clothes may be looser) the number on the scale may actually be higher than you anticipate. Pay attention, instead, to how your clothes fit. Or measure the midpoint of one bicep, your waist, your hips and your bra size and track how they change over time.

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