‘A Healthy, Authentic Way’ for Weight Loss—and That’s Good for You
Eating healthy isn’t easy, and it’s often difficult to stick to it.
But a new survey of more than 4,000 adults in the United States suggests that healthy eating habits are more important than ever for losing weight, and that it’s worth a little time and effort to get your groove back.
The results are based on a nationwide survey of 6,000 participants.
Among the most important findings: People who eat healthy are more likely to have a stable weight loss pattern than those who overeat.