By K.M. Langevin, Dec. 30, 2020
“Dieting alone is part of a much more complex system,” Dr. Alex Dimitriu, psychologist and sleep specialist, told Health Digest. “Behavioral change, with the aim of overall health and sustainability, can lead to much better outcomes.” That bodes well for WW, as it offers training and tools to help people change behaviors associated with weight gain (via WeightWatchers.com). In meetings and provided online content, they teach members to make mindful nutritional and meal choices, manage stress and other emotions without a reliance on food for comfort, and put yourself first as you become more confident and assertive in meeting your needs.
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