Tackle Weight Regain With 10 Articles! Yes, Weight Regain Can Be Lost!February 4, 2021
Weight regain happens from emotional eating, feeding your head hunger without checking if what you're experiencing is due to numbing yourself with food or true physical hunger. It is extremely important to know the difference. We've put together these articles to arm you with information as you tackle weight regain!
When it comes to weight regain, it isn't fatal nor final. Your weight regain can be lost so don't lose hope. Find out the things that you can learn from weight regain!
Dr. Kristin Lloyd
To avoid weight regain, it’s critical to identify and address unhealthy relationships that can cause emotional eating. Find out more about relationships!
Tanie Miller Kabala, Ph.D.
Be prepared for losing your weight regain with "what" questions and having a Plan B. Find out how to make the little things make big things happen!
Dr. Willo Wisotsky
Cravings, binge eating, and emotional eating are an attempt to satisfy emotional hunger. With this article, you'll find out how carb-heavy comfort foods impact the brain and weight!
Karen Donaldson, MS, RD, LD
As Bonnie went through her own process of losing weight regain, she opens up and shares how she did it and shares with us how to use P.R.I.D.E. to keep on track to lose it!
ObesityHelp member and post-op, Bonnie, Miss150
There is a sense of guilt that occurs from being off track and weight regain. Learn how to eliminate the guilt to move forward to achieve weight loss goals!
Colette DeMonte, PsyD
For many bariatric surgery patients, weight regain can happen but it can be lost again. Check out how to stop weight regain after bariatric surgery.
Kristin Willard, RDN, CSG, CLT
There's no shame in weight regain after bariatric surgery. It is common but rarely talked about. Learn how to rebound from weight regain and it's insights!
ObesityHelp member and post-op, Devon
After losing weight, many of us experience weight regain. What's important is the action to tackle weight regain. Check out the three strategies to beat regain!
ObesityHelp member and post-op, Yelena Kibasova
Manage weight regain and rid yourself of “old habits” by trying something new. Dig deep, get some help to heal the relationship with yourself!
Connie Stapleton, PhD