5 Ways to Break Your Weight-Loss Stall

Just because your weight loss has stalled doesn’t mean you should give up and revert back to your old habits. Certified nutritionist and personal trainer Sloane Davis of Yorktown Heights offers five tips to get you back on track.

1. Keep a Food Log. “I love keeping track of my daily food intake because it guarantees I’m not going over my allotted calories.”

2. Plan Your Workouts. If you write your workout plans, you’ll “be more likely to stick to them, and you’ll feel a great sense of accomplishment.”

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3. Drink More Water. Fill a gallon jug and aim to drink “at least half the jug” each day.

4. Trash Your Trigger Foods. Any foods that you can’t control yourself around should be tossed.

5. Go for a Walk. “Try to make it a daily habit. It’s super-important to simply move.”

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