Weight-Loss Statistics Don’t Lie, But They Don't Tell All
Posted Apr 03 2013 7:58am
Did you know that between 2003 and 2008 64% of adults in the
United States wanted to lose weight, and that 73% of them were women? Of the
64% of the adults who wanted to lose weight, 48% used some form of weight
control and 37% tried losing weight.
Perceiving yourself as overweight was the most important
indicator of the desire to weigh less and to practice weight control.
Seventy-three percent of the women engaged in at least one activity to manage
their weight. Thirty-nine percent of the women undertook both dieting and
Were you one of these women? How did you fare? Did you have
successful weight loss, successful permanent weight loss? If you didn’t, why
not add weight-loss psychology to the formula DIET + EXERCISE = WEIGHT LOSS. It goes like this: DIET +
EXERCISE + PSYCHOLOGY = WEIGHT LOSS.
For more on using psychology to lose weight, please go to
the White Paper at the top left-hand column of this blog at MariasLastDiet.com