The magnetic pull of the scale
Wednesday, March 19, 2008 | 02:26 AM ET
Your weight is a reflection of your nutrition and exercise habits and not necessarily just a product of “calories in” versus “calories out”. Your weight is a reflection of many complex factors above and beyond your food and activity habits such as genetics, family history, age, gender, body composition, sleep habits, hormones and stress levels.
Some of these factors we can change. Others are stubborn unchangeable parts we are stuck with.
Despite that many of us appear to be slaves to the scale, groaning when it says we're at the same weight we were a week ago, despite all that hard work in the gym or the restraint at the dinner table.
What's your barometer for a healthy weight?
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