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Weight loss tips for women unique roadblocks when it comes to losing weight.

“I think the biggest roadblock for many women trying to lose weight is mindset. We tend to adopt an all-or-nothing/black-and-white mentality when it comes to food and eating habits,” says Charlotte Martin, MS, RDN, CSOWM, CPT, registered dietitian nutritionist and owner of Shaped By Charlotte. “If I can’t be healthy all of the time, why bother being healthy some of the time? This leads to throwing in the towel after going off track and starting fresh next Monday or next month.”Weight loss tips for women”

 

Women also put a lot of expectations on themselves when it comes to weight loss.

“One of the biggest issues I hear from patients is around expectations and frustration, which often leads to dropping out of treatment. Most women expect larger weight losses than what is typically seen with diet, exercise, and behavior change and then become frustrated when they do not reach their weight goals,” says Colleen Tewksbury, PhD, MPH, RD, CSOWM, LDN, registered dietitian and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. “It’s hard not to compare, but weight loss treatment options and outcomes are different for everyone.”

Implementing healthy weight loss techniques will help women sustain and maintain weight loss. Here are 14 tips and tactics that are specifically suited for women who are trying to lose weight. Need a more specific place to start? Why don’t you add these 11 Foods Women Should Eat Every Day to your grocery list.

 

A measurable tracking system has consistently been one of the best tools to lose weight, but the key is to find the best system for you,” says Dr. Tewksbury. “Calories, macros, exchanges, steps, minutes, rating scales are all great options to track and there are lots of tools to help you do it. The best one is the one you will keep up with, which is different for everyone.” As a starting point, try out The Expert Guide to Keeping a Food Journal for Effective Weight Loss