Whether you're at the tail end of a dramatic weight loss or just trying to tone up your burger belly, those last 10 pounds can feel impossible to shake off.
While 10 pounds might not seem like a large number, it does make a big difference when it comes to your overall health. Time magazine reports that a slight decrease in body weight can lower one's chances of developing breast cancer, and according to The Heart and Stroke Foundation, losing as little as 10 pounds can lower your blood pressure, reduce hypertension and decrease your chances of getting heart disease.
But remember — if you can't lose the weight, it could be for a number of reasons. When it comes to losing weight, it really does require a lifestyle change, rather than a quick fix like a trendy diet.
In the slideshow below, Weight Watchers has teamed up with registered dietitian Hubert Cormier to share 10 simple tips to help you reach your goal weight. Each of these tips is meant to be followed every day,