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Perhaps you’re feeling a bit lethargic, can’t seem to concentrate, experience lightheadedness, and feel stressed: Well, you may be exhibiting signs of dehydration. Whether you’re in the heat of a tennis match or just going about your daily routine, you need to stay hydrated in order to keep alert and healthy. While the amount of water you need may vary, getting enough fluids is critical.
When it comes to losing weight and keeping it off, smart food shopping is a must. If the thought of navigating your local supermarket makes you wish for a map and compass, let these tips guide you on your next trip.
If you’ve been on your Center for Medical Weight Loss (CMWL) plan for a while, you may see your weight loss slowing a bit. While watching the pounds dropping off more slowly can be frustrating, it’s also normal: Many people on a weight loss plan will eventually experience the dreaded ‘plateau.’ The trick is to do some detective work to figure out how to help get the scale moving again.
If you've already visited The Center for Medical Weight Loss (CMWL), you may have seen or used a body composition scale. If you haven't, you may not know that the CMWL program uses a body composition scale—in addition to a regular scale—to help measure your progress. So what is it, and how does it work? More importantly, how can it help you lose weight?
You’ve probably heard time and time again that adding exercise to your life is crucial for successful weight loss. But though exercise has many health benefits, including reducing your risk of heart attack and stroke, recent studies suggest that the most important determinant of whether you’ll lose weight is diet – particularly for women.