- Blog from Anja
- Blog from Tina
- Define Transition to Maintenance (mine)
Transition to maintenance as a psychological process
- Mind over body series
- Consider your story and find your why (Getting Started)
- Eating like Sane
Road to the National Weight Control Registry (% of registry members are still in the working on weight loss)
- Thomas and Wing 2009
- Evidence based maintenance FAQs
Harder than weight loss?
- Blog summarizing the ADA journal (I would probably need to write this)
- Blogs on the difficulty of weight maintenance
Transition to Maintenance on the Big Page of Links:
- Forum threads specifically for people new to maintenance
- How much should I weigh?
- How should I track my weight?
- How much should I eat?
- How much should I exercise?
- How do I plan and what other things should I consider?
Books about maintenance:
- Thin for Life: The first edition of this book led to the formation of the NWCR, and it is an accessible overview of their predictors.
- Refuse to Regain: Written by bariatric physician Barbara Berkley.
- The End of Overeating: Dr. David Kessler, the FDA chief who took on big tobacco takes on big food and how salt, sugar and fat work on us like drugs.
- Beck Diet Solution: Employ cognitive behavior work to think like a thin person. There’s also an excellent spark team dedicated to Dr. Beck’s works.
- Slim for Life: by Jillian Michaels– Are we serious? She used to have a BMI over 32, and a lot of her tips will sound very familiar in a couple of years.