Registered dietitian Jill Koegel writes that she recommends putting away the scale and trying other methods to track weight-loss success. She recommends keeping an exercise log and setting goals for specific exercises, along with chronicling how physical symptoms, such as digestive problems, respond to dietary changes. Other ideas include having basic lab work done to check blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol, and to seek out body-composition tests and body measurements.
Measure diet success without using a scale, dietitian says
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