How the Biggest Loser Winner Says She Plans to Maintain Her Dramatic Weight Loss

Today, People revealed more details about its interview with Biggest Loser winner Rachel Frederickson—specifically, how she'll adjust to transitioning out of weight-loss mode and into weight-maintenance mode: "That's going to be tricky," says Frederickson. "Will it be higher calories? Less working out? It is going to be trial and error to find what works best for me."

Frederickson lost 60 percent of her body weight while being on the show, sparking a firestorm of criticism about whether it's healthy to lose so much weight so quickly. Most recently, Frederickson revealed that she had to maintain a diet of 1,600 calories and work out for six hours a day in the months leading up to the finale to achieve those results.

But as almost anyone who's lost weight will tell you, dropping pounds is only half the battle—keeping them off is just as hard, if not harder. Luckily, these tips can help:

How Is Maintaining Your Weight Different Than Losing Weight?

You've Reached Your Goal Weight. Now What?

4 Habits That'll Make You Gain Back Any Weight You Lose

Never Regain Lost Weight Again!


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