"Right now, I'm on the third day of my 10-day Sunfare Optimal Cleanse! I'm SO excited to do this, you guys, but I definitely need to mentally prepare, lol. I have the Met Gala coming up and I've worked so hard working out, but I started eating a lot of sweets and I wanted to just change my food patterns to eat healthier and cut sugar out of my life as much as I can. We always have sweets around and it's really hard when there are temptations everywhere."

This weight-loss tea may be mild tasting, but it sure doesn’t act that way when it comes to your fat. In a study published in the journal Nutrition & Metabolism in 2009, white tea extract was found to help break down fat cells and prevent accumulation of fatty tissue. The reason? Scientists say it’s the high antioxidant content of the tea, particularly one called ECGC. (Here’s what else you should know about using white tea as a weight-loss tea.)
This red, naturally sweet tea made from the leaves of the Rooibos bush is a powerful fat-melter. According to South African researchers, polyphenols and flavonoids found in the plant inhibit adipogenesis—the formation of new fat cells–by as much as 22 percent. The chemicals also help rev fat mebaolism, so it might be smart to sip on if there's some stubborn weight clinging to your middle.
Drink water to lose water! Cocktails are abundant over the holidays, as well as salty nosh and nibbles—all of which can leave you dehydrated and bloated. Alcohol and salt throw off the effect of antidiuretic hormone on the kidneys—the chemical that controls how much you urinate. As a result, you pee frequently and body holds on to what little water is left; that’s why you feel bloated. Start replenishing your body asap with a large pitcher of water with sliced whole lemons and oranges for natural detoxifying benefits. Citrus fruits are rich in the antioxidant de-limonene, a powerful compound found in the peel that stimulates liver enzymes to help flush toxins from the body and gives sluggish bowels a kick, according to the World Health Organization. That’s why it’s also one of our 8 Easy Strategies for Rapid Weight Loss.

How do you know if you’re getting enough water? A general rule is to check the toilet after you’ve gone to the bathroom. You’ll know you’re well-hydrated if your urine is clear or very light yellow in color. The darker your urine, the more water you need to drink, especially if weight loss is your goal. Try this Water Intake Calculator to see if you're staying hydrated enough for your weight loss goals!
What happens if you fast for a day? What happens if you don't eat for a day? While most people will feel hungry and possibly tired, there is also a range of other effects. In this article, learn about how the body starts to burn fat for energy and whether fasting for 24 hours can be a good weight loss tool. We also investigate the possible risks. Read now
Although it’s a fantastic perk to see our patients happy with how they look, it’s even more incredible to see how weight loss can affect someone’s emotional state and disease progression. Excessive adipose tissue, or fat on the body, is highly inflammatory, and that leads to worsening of just about every medical condition. It also causes insulin resistance, catecholamine resistance, and estrogen excess (6). These issues have negative impacts on one’s entire body, including their metabolism, mental health, reproductive system, and hormones.
If you’ve been eating fast food for years, get real about your approach: You’re probably not going to stick to an organic, gluten-free, paleo overhaul for very long. “You want to change as little as possible to create calorie deficit,” says Dr. Seltzer, who insists the best way to support sustainable weight loss is to incorporate small changes into existing habits. So instead of giving up your daily BLT bagels in favor of an egg-white wrap, try ordering your sandwich on a lighter English muffin. Or say you eat a snack bar every afternoon: Swap your 300-calorie bar for a 150-calorie alternative. “Your brain will feel the same way about it, so you won’t feel deprived,” he says.
Directions Place one E-Z Weight Loss Tea bag in a tea mug and pour hot water. Wait 3-5 minutes. Can be sweetened. It is recommended to drink 1 cup a day, after dinner. Do not take more than recommended. Tastes Delicious Hot or cold. Within 20 min of waking up, it is highly beneficial to drink 8oz of pure water before drinking Zerotea. Bring water to a light simmer, not boiling. Once water is ready, allow tea to steep for 3 to 5 minutes. Drink hot or cold. You can add raw local honey for the health benefits and taste. TIP: The longer you brew the tea the more antioxidants are released; steeping long enough is important. Follow this routine for 14 or 28 days at a time and see the benefits. 1. For best results, drink SkinnyFit Detox daily
So I started increasing my time on the elliptical machine until I was doing it for about an hour per day (about 6 days per week), working very hard for that hour. And I tried to be careful in various ways about my eating. As the chart shows, that worked very well, with my weight going down not just through Christmas 2010, but through to the end of March 2011, bottoming out then more than 40 pounds below its high point. At around where I’d lost 25-30 pounds, my wife reported that my snoring had stopped. Aligned with that, I was feeling more rested when I woke in the mornings. As you can see, toward the end of September 2010, red dots join the blue ones. That’s when I opened and started using a home digital scale I had received as a gift (I think I had asked for it, but then neglected to use it for quite a while), recording my weight every day. (I actually weigh myself at home twice every day, morning and night, and record both weights, but only the morning weigh-in makes this chart — as the red dots.) The red dots are below the blue ones, because they are my morning weigh-in, done without clothes or shoes, so the red dot on a typical day is about 5 or so pounds below that day’s “exercise weight.”
This South American tea comes from the yerba mate plant. Its leaves and twigs are dried, usually over a fire, and steeped in hot water to make an herbal tea. This caffeine-containing tea, often called mate, may help promote weight loss. Some consider it an ideal substitute for coffee, minus the bitterness. The Mayo Clinic advises, however, to enjoy this tea in moderation. Some studies have found that people who drink large amounts of mate over prolonged periods may be at increased risk for certain types of cancer such as cancer of the mouth, lungs and esophagus (smoking in combination with drinking mate increases the cancer risk).
Fasting every other day doesn't lead to bigger weight loss than daily calorie-cutting and is more difficult to maintain, suggests a University of Illinois at Chicago study published recently in JAMA Internal Medicine. The researchers followed 100 obese people for a year, making this the largest and longest study so far to examine ­alternate-day fasting.
Although we tend to favor plant-based proteins, Stonyfield produces a quality option for the milk-loving crowd. Low-fat milk and milk protein concentrate drive both the sugar and protein content, and we can’t scoff at the 1:1 protein to sugar ratio when most companies struggle to get close to 1:2. You won’t find any fancy flavors here, but the chocolate, vanilla and strawberry they do offer should be enough to satisfy most cravings.

Essentially, the bodies starvation response kicks in (like a crash diet ), in order to conserve energy. In the first 24 hours of the fast your body will utilize glycogen (easily-accessible storage form of glucose, stored in small quantities in the liver and muscles) to provide energy for your various body processes to keep functioning. Once your carbohydrate reserves have been exhausted, your body utilizes stored fats. After several days of fasting, your body begins to break down protein, which is converted into glucose. Much of our muscle mass is protein and thus muscle tissue is often lost.

Mason, A. E., Epel, E. S., Aschbacher, K., Lustig, R. H., Acree, M., Kristeller, J., … Daubenmier, J. (2016, May 1). Reduced reward-driven eating accounts for the impact of a mindfulness-based diet and exercise intervention on weight loss: Data from the SHINE randomized controlled trial. Appetite , 100, 86–93. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4799744/
How's this for insane? One in 20 women would rather give up a limb than be obese, according to a study in the journal Obesity. So it's pretty much a no-brainer that hordes of rational women desperately want to believe in the power of a detox diet. "These diets are so popular right now, mostly because people think they're a quick fix for shedding pounds," says Jennifer Ventrelle, R.D., a nutrition counselor at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
A mere five years ago, skipping meals was a top diet taboo. Now it's the core of an increasingly popular (and increasingly research-backed) weight-loss approach. Intermittent fasting—periodically eating very little—is not only not bad for you, it may lower blood glucose levels and insulin resistance and reduce inflammation and cardiovascular risk. Why? How? Theories abound, but some experts believe fasting puts your cells under mild stress, just as exercise taxes your muscles and heart, ultimately strengthening them and making them more resistant to disease.
Then began a long period of struggle. My weight bounced up alarmingly in September 2011. It was alarming in part because I was continuing with the same exercise and careful eating that had been working so well. One thing I think I have learned about weight loss is that the same regimen that works for losing weight when you’re heavy won’t work as well (or perhaps at all) when you’re considerably lighter. That seems to be in part just because you naturally need fewer calories just to maintain your weight when you weigh less. But that would only explain why my weight didn’t continue to go down; it couldn’t explain how, keeping the same regimen going, my weight would suddenly bounce back up so alarmingly. I suppose that could just be chalked up to my seasonal pattern of gaining weight in the Fall/Winter, but to me, because the bounce was so unusually sharp, this also seems to be going on: Sometimes, I think, when you lose weight, your (or at least my) body freaks out, thinking that it’s starving, and starts to “try,” as it were, to gain weight back, with some of its efforts not going to try to make you eat more (which efforts one can resist), but to slow down your metabolism. Or something. I didn’t and don’t really understand what was happening there, but what had been working was for some reason clearly no longer working. [So, there appears to be some research suggesting that metabolic changes are caused by weight loss that make it hard to keep the weight off. Some of this research is reported on in this New York Times piece by Tara Parker-Pope. See esp. the 6 paragraphs that begin with the sentence “Leibel and his colleague Michael Rosenbaum have pioneered much of what we know about the body’s response to weight loss.” I didn’t see there any suggestion of the kind of almost violent “freak-out” I’m conveniently positing here, though.]
A good plan provides enough calories and nutrients to sustain you (the average woman needs 1,200 to 1,800 calories) and includes fiber and lean protein. With that in mind, Ventrelle created a 1,400-calorie plan (below) exclusively for Women's Health. (Note: Calories given are for a 5'3" to 5'5", 115- to 125-pound woman. You may need to adjust for your own height, weight, age, and activity level.) Following it for at least three days will kick-start weight loss, but it's safe to use as long as you'd like.

There are hundreds of different tried and true methods to reducing unwanted added weight on your body, making it hard to decide which method may be best for you. One thing that can truly help narrow the choices down however is to note that natural methods are often considered to be much healthier than many other potentially dangerous drugs and other methods available. Since taking natural homemade drinks for weight loss is one way that can safely assist weight-loss, it is often recommended to many people who prefer to go without the risks that are brought along with other weight-loss methods. These are few natural homemade fat burner drinks which can easily help burn the fat without much effort. Have these natural drinks to increase weight loss and have an active day! Drinks are easy to make and helps absorb nutrients easily.
Red ginseng tea—part of The 7-Day Flat-Belly Tea Cleanse—belongs to the botanical family panax, which translates from Greek to mean “all heal.” Sounds promising already, right? A study in the journal Food & Function found that participants who sipped on a red ginseng drink saw a significant reduction of plasma alcohol levels and hangover severity (from whiskey—ouch!), in comparison to the placebo group. If you had one too many to help deal with the family bickering, slip out to the store; you can find ginseng tea in most supermarkets.
Others might consider doing likewise. I put that out especially for the consideration of young adults who might possibly spare themselves the need to ever have to deal with serious weight problems by facing those problems before they become big and serious, but I think a lot of people who are already struggling with weight problems could also find this very helpful. You don’t need to set up any Excel sheets and make charts and graphs (though that’s also good!): just a sheet of paper with dates and weights will do, or little numbers on your calendar, if you keep old calendars after their years are over. Depending on your situation, and especially if you don’t yet have significant weight problems, recording your weight every day might be overkill for you. But you should perhaps consider keeping a weekly (perhaps every Sunday morning), or perhaps monthly (the morning of the 1st day of every month) record? I suspect that could end up helping a lot of people.
The claims of weight loss within 14 days has worked for many users. V tea T-tox 14 Day Detox Tea works by boosting the body’s metabolism and suppressing appetite. Since it doesn’t have the natural laxative of senna leaves, you will be not be rushing to the washroom frequently. So, it is completely safe to take this tea to work or school for consumption later in the day.
Ultimately, it’s always advised to stick to a long-term healthy eating plan and exercise routine rather than partaking in a liquid-focused diet for weight loss. However, if you’re looking to shed a few pounds before a big event, this option is certainly a lot more doable than your run-of-the-mill juice cleanse (hey, including solid food makes a major difference in diets), so don’t write this one off completely. 

Whether you’re addicted to your local juice bar or pick up a bottle or two at the grocery store, you should know that even the most natural juices are loaded with sugar. A glass of 100 percent grape juice has nine teaspoons of sugar, a glass of 100 percent orange juice has six teaspoons, and a glass of 100 percent apple juice has seven teaspoons. (Actually, sugar can crop up in a lot of unexpected places. Check out the 10 kid’s meals that have more sugar than a can of Pepsi.)


Ladies, get ready to give up carbonated sodas once and for all! This deliciously detoxifying potion is the world’s top substitute for mass-produced bottled beverages. You could refer to this mix as a queen of purity. Furthermore, the lack of manufactured materials reduces the strain on our environment. Often times, the custom approach works best. Each woman has her own individual needs, so it is wise to fine-tune a detox program to meet personal lifestyle demands. Just remember to keep it simple. With these feisty formulas, less is almost always better. Fruits and herbs are essential to any signature flavor that sheds pounds.

There is, though, one thing that I think I’ve learned that I will give as a piece of advice that people might at least consider doing themselves. As I’ve said, I’ve lost weight before, only to gain it all back. One thing that I plan to do differently this time is that I will continue to weigh myself every day, and keep track of the results. This has proved very important through my ups and downs these past few years. As long as I am at least fairly clearly facing whatever weight problems I might be having, rather than hiding from them, I seem to increase the chances that I will respond effectively. So I have resolved to keep track of my weight — through thick and thin.
All impurities must beware of Sassy Water. This classy concoction gets its name from a uniquely snappy flavor. Cucumbers instill maximum levels of hydration, and lemon smoothes out the digestive lining to speed up internal food processing. Ultimately, this leads to a flatter belly alongside the promotion of kinetic energy. By allowing all of the ingredients to settle together overnight, a stellar natural cleanse is born. Mint leaves are included to keep it cool and fresh with a seriously tantalizing tingle. A dash of peppery ginger can also be swirled into the mix to bolster its purifying powers. Bon appetite!
Study after study demonstrates how incredibly good for you tea can be: teas have been known to prevent  dental decay, arthritis, strokes and cardiovascular disease, and even cancer. Given all of the amazing health benefits that we’ve discovered are waiting for us in teas, it should be no surprise that they can play a powerful role in supporting weight loss. There are teas that speed up your digestion, reduce your bad cholesterol levels, and can actually help you shrink fat cells. With the guidance of Dr. Deepa Verma, we have selected 10 teas that can assist you in achieving your weight loss goals.
To lose between one quarter and half a kilogram a week you would need to reduce your energy intake by 2,000 kilojoules a day. Over a whole week, this is equivalent to cutting back total energy intake by 14,000 kilojoules. Fasting diets compress this 14,000 kilojoule reduction into fewer days of dieting. In practical terms, this means that you reduce your intake by so much on a couple of days, you do not to be so strict on the other days.
Ginger and peppers are thermogenic; they increase the metabolic rate while honey helps in dissolving the fat and soothing the abdomen. Ginger also helps calm your GI tract and you’ve got an awesome detox. Black pepper contains piperine, a compound that inhibits your body from creating new fat cells. Cayenne also shrinks fat cells and lowers blood fat levels.
But certain teas are also perfect for doing something else—helping you lose extra weight. Inspired by the amazing results from our book, The 7-Day Tea Cleanse—on which test panelists lost up to 4 inches from their waist—the team at Eat This, Not That! researched this list of the best fat-blasting drinks of all time. Teas, coffees, energy drinks, weight loss smoothies, even sodas—sip your way to a leaner, healthier you. And to blast even more flab—in record time—don’t miss these 50 Ways to Lose 10 Pounds—Fast!
How it works: Intermittent fasting requires you to eat within a certain window of time and fast during the rest. There are several different methods for intermittent fasting, some of which are more restrictive than others. The 16:8 method, for example, requires you to eat within an 8-hour window and fast for 16 hours. You would only eat two meals a day, for example, your first meal starting at noon and your last around 8 p.m.
However, quite often, when the prescription of the disease is significant, and the original weight of 120-200 pounds or more, adjusting to the "internal" food does not take place immediately after 10-15 days of fasting there are nausea, vomiting, Pulse arrhythmia, dizziness, loss of organism weight is terminated . In these cases, we apply the so-called "fractional" method of fasting-diet therapy: after the first fasting (10-15 days) begins the restoration of the same duration, then the second 10-30 days of fasting and the same length of recovery, then a third course of fasting and t . e. 10 - 12 of alternations of hunger and nutrition, with an interval of 3-4 months after 6-8 factional courses. Duration of each course is individual and varies depending on the state of health, weight, age and other indicators of the patient. Such an "oscillating" cycle of fasting allows the body to reduce weight by 80 - 100 pounds! "
The degree of blandness of your food will only be determined by your imagination. I highly recommend browsing my blog for healthy recipe ideas to avoid eating boring meals throughout the week. You can also download the Body Beautiful recipe book that is packed with nutritious goodness. And if you aren’t following me on Instagram, you definitely should start doing it right now @buildmybodybeautiful, I am always on it and post daily updates and tips, answer questions and provide my ladies with tons of support and love!

They serve a variety of functions that range from physiological to psychological. Mentally, these brews are awesome alternatives for snacks and meals. They fulfill the pleasurable reward principles without incurring any physical sacrifices. Similarly, anything that causes weight gain can be counteracted by adhering to the ritualistic consumption of detoxification water.

To complement my workout schedule and family life, I fasted Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays so I could have the weekends to enjoy eating with my family. With ADF, you're supposed to fast all day long, and only consume about 500 calories on that day, but since I was still doing intense CrossFit workouts, I needed more fuel than that. So I did a modified version of ADF, fasting for 24 hours straight from 6 p.m until 6 p.m. the following day. I only drank water, sparkling mineral water, black coffee, and tea. My week of eating looked like this:
Kale is high in fiber, phytochemicals, and protein. It helps reduce cholesterol and prevents breast, ovarian, colon, bladder, and prostate cancers. Due to the presence of kaempferol and quercetin, kale is a superb antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. It has also been found to help in the reduction of body fat and the maintenance of good cardiovascular health (18).
High in good bacteria, the benefits of yoghurt on gastrointestinal health have been said to provide health benefits for certain gastrointestinal conditions, including lactose intolerance, constipation, IBS, colon cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, Helicobacter pylori infection, and allergies. Look for the nutrition label and make sure no added sugar is used. Opt for Greek yoghurt varieties and use your own frozen berries and cinnamon to sweeten.
This light, floral tea has a Chinese name meaning "black dragon." It offers a smooth but bold taste due to its partially oxidized leaves (black teas are fully oxidized). It's loaded with catechins that boost your body's ability to metabolize fats. And that promotes weight loss. Since it's brimming with the antioxidant polymerized polyphenol, oolong tea inhibits the body's ability to absorb fat. The beverage is also known to help fight high blood pressure.
Drinking a combination of carbohydrates and protein after a hard workout can help restore your energy and aid in building lean, metabolism-boosting muscle, but it turns out that you don’t need a fancy recovery beverage to reap these benefits. After participating in a vigorous cycling session, cyclists who drank chocolate milk were able to ride 51 percent longer in a subsequent workout than those who drank a standard recovery beverage, a 2009 article in Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism found. Plus, chocolate milk is cheaper (and tastier) than anything you’ll find in a sports nutrition store.

What happens if you fast for a day? What happens if you don't eat for a day? While most people will feel hungry and possibly tired, there is also a range of other effects. In this article, learn about how the body starts to burn fat for energy and whether fasting for 24 hours can be a good weight loss tool. We also investigate the possible risks. Read now
"Right now, I'm on the third day of my 10-day Sunfare Optimal Cleanse! I'm SO excited to do this, you guys, but I definitely need to mentally prepare, lol. I have the Met Gala coming up and I've worked so hard working out, but I started eating a lot of sweets and I wanted to just change my food patterns to eat healthier and cut sugar out of my life as much as I can. We always have sweets around and it's really hard when there are temptations everywhere."
For those that resist tradition detox methods, watermelon water may be the cure. It is filled with antioxidants, and the fluids have been shown to expunge unwanted toxins. Melons make detoxifying accessible to all demographics. People with sensitive stomachs can enjoy these drinks with zero issues. Kids also become enamored with watermelon beverages, so they can be used to subjugate mass-produced fruit juices and carbonated sodas. Of course, lemon bolsters this beverages healing approach by allowing digestion to flow naturally. The mints also promote identical solutions to a rebelling belly. 5 leaves are all it takes to be chilled and calmed.
The water will keep you hydrated while the apple cider vinegar works to boost your metabolism, when your body's metabolism will start working properly...allowing you to lose weight and the lemon juice makes the vinegar taste a little more bearable. Organic apple cider vinegar is a tried natural remedy for losing weight. Almost all the diet specialists recommend ACV to remove extra fats from the body.

Rooibos tea is made from the leaves of the “red bush” plant, grown exclusively in the small Cederberg region of South Africa, near Cape Town. What makes rooibos tea particularly good for your belly is a unique and powerful flavonoid called Aspalathin. Research shows this compound can reduce stress hormones that trigger hunger and fat storage and are linked to hypertension, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. Yup, sometimes the kettle can be as effective as the kettlebell.


What makes Runa Clean Energy special is guayusa, a plant native to the Amazon rainforest with double the antioxidant capacity as green tea, according to a report in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Legend has it, indigenous hunters nicknamed the leaf “night watchman” for its ability to heighten awareness and prevent sleep. With as much caffeine as coffee, guayusa is also a rich source of theanine, an amino acid that researchers say can work in synergy with caffeine to calm and focus the brain.The result? A jolt of energy without the jitters. In other words: clean energy.

Forget about the consequences of lemonade forever, and just enjoy the treat with this sugar-free version. With a perky infusion of strawberries and raspberries, hot summer days have never been better. If the ingredients sit in a chilled environment for two days, you will be greeted with pink lemonade that is out of this world. The lemons are always good for the stomach, but their healing properties have previously been counteracted by artificial sweeteners. Now, dieters can receive all the tasty benefits without enduring unnecessary bodily ramifications. Weight loss and enjoyment can co-exist, so feel free to drink up and have another!


Intermittent fasting has been shown to increase fat loss while maintaining lean muscle mass. In one four-week study, researchers concluded that a fasting diet resulted in greater weight loss — while maintaining muscle mass — than participants following a low-calorie diet. This happened even though the total calorie intake over the four weeks was similar in both groups[*].
Clare Collins is affiliated with the Priority Research Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition, the University of Newcastle, NSW. She is an NHMRC Senior Research fellow. She has received a range of research grants including NHMRC, ARC, Hunter Medical Research Institute, Meat and Livestock Australia, Diabetes Australia, the Heart Foundation. She has consulted to SHINE Australia, Novo Nordisk, Quality Bakers and the Sax Institute. She is a spokesperson for the Dietitians Association of Australia on some specific nutrition issues, including Australia's Healthy Weight Week.
Then began a long period of struggle. My weight bounced up alarmingly in September 2011. It was alarming in part because I was continuing with the same exercise and careful eating that had been working so well. One thing I think I have learned about weight loss is that the same regimen that works for losing weight when you’re heavy won’t work as well (or perhaps at all) when you’re considerably lighter. That seems to be in part just because you naturally need fewer calories just to maintain your weight when you weigh less. But that would only explain why my weight didn’t continue to go down; it couldn’t explain how, keeping the same regimen going, my weight would suddenly bounce back up so alarmingly. I suppose that could just be chalked up to my seasonal pattern of gaining weight in the Fall/Winter, but to me, because the bounce was so unusually sharp, this also seems to be going on: Sometimes, I think, when you lose weight, your (or at least my) body freaks out, thinking that it’s starving, and starts to “try,” as it were, to gain weight back, with some of its efforts not going to try to make you eat more (which efforts one can resist), but to slow down your metabolism. Or something. I didn’t and don’t really understand what was happening there, but what had been working was for some reason clearly no longer working. [So, there appears to be some research suggesting that metabolic changes are caused by weight loss that make it hard to keep the weight off. Some of this research is reported on in this New York Times piece by Tara Parker-Pope. See esp. the 6 paragraphs that begin with the sentence “Leibel and his colleague Michael Rosenbaum have pioneered much of what we know about the body’s response to weight loss.” I didn’t see there any suggestion of the kind of almost violent “freak-out” I’m conveniently positing here, though.]
That’s in part because when you restrict calories, you restrict nutrients. As a result, you lose weight on a crash diet, but much of it is lean, healthy muscle tissue. With less muscle, your body’s metabolism is set at a lower point. So when you go off the diet, even if you eat the exact same number of daily calories as you ate before, you’ll actually gain more fat than you originally carried.
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