How can I lose weight if I don't have willpower?

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Rose Reisman
Nutrition & Dietetics
Willpower isn't the answer to permanent weight loss. It helps in the short term because it gives you the initial drive you need to start changes. But the answer lies in planning your eating. For example, if you're always coming in the door at 6:00 p.m. starving and you try to hang on to willpower so you don't overeat at dinner, this approach will fail because you're truly hungry. Try programming your day to eat a filling healthy lunch then a nutritious snack late in the afternoon so you're not famished by dinner.
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