6 Reasons Spring Is the Best Time of Year to Lose Weight

6 Reasons Spring Is the Best Time of Year to Lose Weight

You've heard the expression timing is everything, right? That's never more true than when it comes to losing weight. And with spring underway and summer on the horizon, you're smack in the middle of the best time of the year to drop pounds. RELATED: The Number One Thing You Need to Do to Lose Weight Forever, According to Experts Challenges still exist (hello ice cream and backyard barbecues). But longer days and sunnier skies prompt changes to your brain and body that can make losing weight—and keeping it off—easier than usual. Take advantage of these 6 seasonal changes that are...

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