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Medical Weight Loss Worksheets

Medical Weight Loss Patient Resources

At Northside Hospital Surgery & Weight Management Center, we want to make sure our medical weight loss patients have the resources they need to be successful in their weight loss journey. The worksheets below are used during the maintenance portion of the program.

My Lucky Stars Worksheet

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. List of all the benefits of your weight loss that you notice, and any key reasons you want to stay at this weight.

My Weight Story Worksheet

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. In order to appreciate where you have been and how far you have come, take some time to understand how you gained and lost the weight over the years.

Get Your Motivation Back

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. Restructure your goals so that you continue your health journey and rewarding yourself for accomplishing goals.

Personal Pride & Confidence

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. Now that you have achieved a healthier weight, you may still need to strengthen your self-esteem in order to continue to be successful at weight maintenance.

Life Passions Inventory

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. Values give life meaning and direction to accomplish your goals, look at your life and determine what is missing that is important to you.

Attitude Adjustment

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. To maintain a healthy weight permanently, you need to manage any self-defeating thoughts and feelings that can affect the way you behave and influence your health.

Nurture Your Emotions Without Excess Calories

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. Sometimes your emotions may seem to get out of control, the following exercise can help you build awareness and plan appropriate action.

Support Team

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. Evaluate the people in your environment, even the environment itself, and how they play an influential role in your ability to continue to maintain your weight.

Making Your Exercise Plan Vital

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. Some people will have a very comfortable exercise routine and find they really enjoy being active every day, but there may be a time when you struggle to keep up with the routine and risk becoming less active again.

Behavior Detours and Shortcuts

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. As you practice understanding your unique behavior patterns, you can expose alternate paths and potential detours that can impact your progress.

What Makes a Great Day

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. Examine a day when you felt that you accomplished a lot and what to consider to create another great day.

Action Plan

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. Create solid goals and a plan for action.

Creating Your Back-Up Plan

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. Identify strategies to maintain your goals and relapse prevention.

Yellow Caution Zone

Worksheet for Medical Weight Loss patients in the maintenance (S.T.A.R.) program. When the scale indicates you’re at 8-to-10 pounds over your maintenance weight, use this investigative tool to check to see where your motivation needs have changed or to address new challenges that have developed.

Additional Support for Medical Weight Loss Patients

For more information or if you have questions about our weight loss services, please call:

Duluth: 678-312-6200