This article from the Huffington Post answers some weird questions about weight loss.

Most of them, I have not been asked. However, one that seems to come up a lot (indirectly) is this belief that eating too much for dinner on one night will correspond to increased weight on the scales the next day (not true).

This belief ties in with the over-emphasis on scales weight as the be-all-and-end-all of weight loss. This is the reason why some people, after one bad scales reading, can give up on their weight loss attempt.

The scales are good for noticing a weight loss (or gain) trend, but you should not be staking everything on a single reading.




Dr. Khandee Ahnaimugan (Dr. K) is a medical doctor, weight loss expert and author of the best-selling book, “Slim and Healthy without Dieting”. He provides individual consulting programmes for people wanting to lose weight without dieting. Try his 7 Day “How to Lose Weight without Dieting” Email Course for FREE at www.doctorkweightloss.com

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Based in London’s Harley Street, Dr. K provides individual behavioural weight loss programmes for women over 40. He is also the author of the Amazon bestseller: “Slim and Healthy without Dieting – The Weight Loss Solution for Women over 40”

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