Diet plateau signals need for new routine, experts say

07/29/2013 | National Public Radio

Reaching a diet plateau can be frustrating, but Dr. Lee Kaplan of Massachusetts General Hospital Weight Center says it signals the body has hit a new metabolic set point, and people need to change their exercise or diet approach. Kaplan called it "speed dating obesity therapies," where if one approach does not work another is tried, exercise is added or changed, or better sleep and less stress are encouraged.

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