by Dr. Cederquist
Losing weight perpetually tops the list of resolutions. My wish for you this
year is that you make a lifestyle change you're willing to dedicate your time
and energy to. Unlike years past, I hope you choose to not to make a resolution
for your weight.
Let's take the word "resolution" apart. To have a "solution," means you are
solving a problem. The prefix "re" means again. We often strive to solve a
problem again, and again, and again. Sadly, too many people set themselves up
for disappointment by being a little overzealous and over-committing to
resolutions. When they stumble, they give up on the goal until the next year
rolls around. This is why I want you to let go of your resolution.
If you've found that your weight loss resolution has failed year over year &
weight is easy to gain but hard to lose; it could be due to more than a lack of
will power or busy schedules! It could be your metabolism has changed and is
impacting your weight. If you suffer from Metabolism Dysfunction, it's even more
important to make a plan to commit to a new lifestyle and stay motivated to
stick with it.
My goal with bistroMD is to provide members the opportunity to achieve and
maintain their personal weight goal once and for all. As with my patients, I
urge you to be realistic, hold yourself accountable, and believe in yourself.
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