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Weigh yourself twice a day for superior weight loss, says(Flatiron Books). Regular self-weighing is considered crucial for long-term weight control. His recommendation is based on one study that found that twice-daily weigh-ins — upon waking and right before bed — appeared superior to weighing once a day (about 6 versus 2 pounds of weight loss over 12 weeks). Greger’s comprehensive weight-loss plan encourages daily exercise and eating plenty of beans, berries, other fruits, vegetables, flaxseeds, nuts and seeds, spices, whole grains, and drinks.

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