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Blood Sugar Control
Healthy Diet
Guide to Predictable Blood Sugars
Weight Control
• Weight and Diabetes
• How is My Weight?
• What Should I Be Eating?
• Diet and Your Weight
• Measuring Tricks of the Trade
• Food Portions Made Easy
• Keeping Food/Exercise Records
• Medical Approaches to Weight Loss
• Weekly Weigh-In Chart
Logs and Calculators
• Body Measurement Log
• Ideal Body Weight Calculator
• Percent Body Fat Calculator
• Exercise Calorie Calculator
Carb Counting 101
Exercise

Weekly Weigh-In Chart

Measuring Progress
When losing weight, people often rely only on the weight scales to keep track of their overall change in size. However, inches lost through exercise will also reflect fat loss.

It's best to weigh in at least one time per week, but noticeable changes in body measurement usually don't reveal themselves that quickly and can be taken one time per month. When comparing results, you may sometimes notice that your weight has stayed the same but your measurements have changed, keep in mind, inches lost through exercise will also reflect how well the diet program is working.

The chart below includes a table to record weight and specific body measurements.

You can now use the Logs and Calculators found at the bottom of the left navigation to evaluate and assist you with your weight control goals.

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