Facts And Fiction About Weight Loss

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April 19, 2013 ‐ By Julia Austin
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Committing to a diet or workout plan means daily mental work, re-scheduling your life, and often depriving yourself of things you really love. So if you’re going to put all that work into something, you deserve to get the results you expect. And you’ll get them sooner if you can differentiate the facts from the fiction about weight loss.

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  • Nope

    I’ve yet to meet someone that hits the gym CONSISTENTLY complain about having trouble loosing weight.

    • Charla

      There are girls at my gym that are there just as often as me (4-5 times a week) and they do not appear to have lost any weight. And they seem to workout just as hard as me. My only guess is that they don’t diet or eat healthy.

  • Marcel

    This is actually false to overweight individuals.Persons that are obese will NOT go into starvation mode.