According to the Mayo Clinic, healthy weight loss is in the range of (up to) 1–2 pounds a week, but always be sure to check with your doctor for specific guidance which takes your unique history into account as this is just a general medical guideline. Research shows for most people trying to lose weight sustainably, six months is a good benchmark to expect to see changes. Don't be too disappointed if you sometimes see your weight stalling, as this is normal. In fact, weight can fluctuate by a few pounds each day, at different times of day. When you use weighing yourself on a scale as a means of tracking, it’s helpful to pick the same time of day every day so you can have a better understanding of changes over time. In order to lose 1-2 pounds per week, you will have to use 500-1000 more calories than you do on a regular basis. While this may seem significant, this is best done through a combination of changes in diet as well as increased movement, stress management, and sleep that you can keep doing even over time. Signos helps you optimize your weight management efforts through glucose biofeedback, so you can move when it will be most useful for your body instead of just guessing.
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