Losing weight is a cornerstone of New Year’s resolutions. It’s up there with quitting smoking and alcohol in terms of its popularity, but despite being made with the best of intentions it can seem impossibly hard to stick to by the end of January.
This is perfectly normal. Losing weight is not easy, but with patience and some good advice it is tremendously beneficial, especially if you have diabetes. When overweight people with diabetes lose weight it can lead to better blood glucose levels, increased energy and added motivation to stay on top of their diabetes management.
There are several reasons why you may feel your weight loss resolution is not working. Here are some tips that can help you remain positive and possibly look at losing weight from a different angle.