Weight Loss Myths Debunked

What you've always heard about weight loss may not be accurate information.

Much of what you’ve been told about weight loss is wrong, Health on Today reports

The August issue of The New England Journal of Medicine has debunked some myths surrounding weight loss — you don't need to take a slow and steady approach to weight loss, you can go ahead and set a lofty weight loss goal and, unfortunately, sex doesn't burn as many calories as you might think. 

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Evren Tezcan February 01, 2013 at 06:57 PM
Honestly, losing weight has a lot to do with what you're eating and more important NOT eating. You should check out this article that contains 5 foods you should completely avoid to lose weight. Helped me a lot and they mention that you don't even need diet pills to lose the weight. http://foodstonevereat.blogspot.com
Deanna Allen February 01, 2013 at 09:55 PM
Thanks for posting! I'm trying to lose weight and finding it very difficult, so I will definitely check out the post.


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