Have you tried to lose weight on your own, but have not had success? Trying to lose weight can feel overwhelming and discouraging when you try to do it alone.
Using a weight loss accountability plan can make all the difference! Weight loss accountability can come from the encouragement and support of another person or group of people. Accountability can also come from a system you set up to check if you are taking the steps necessary to achieve your goal.
The first step? Create SMART goals. No accountability system will work unless you have SMART goals. SMART weight loss goals are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and timely. SMART goals turn your goal of “losing weight” into steps you can be held accountable to like “walk 30 minutes five times a week” and “eat seven vegetable servings a day.”
Once you have created SMART goals, then you are ready to set up a system of accountability.
Where can you find accountability for weight loss management?
Why does accountability work for weight loss?
If you are in need of accountability for your weight loss goal or any other healthy lifestyle goal, schedule your free first session with Dr. Mehri. If you live in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania, you may want to meet in person. If not, or if you live anywhere else in the world, you can meet with Dr. Mehri online or by phone. Schedule your session by clicking the "schedule now" button to the right.