Extreme diets on the fringe of the weight loss routines

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1 comment:

  • Ayes posted at 10:44 am on Thu, Jul 3, 2014.

    Ayes Posts: 3

    I agree with Maza regarding the fact that it may be better to avoid extreme dieting. I also came across the fact that dieting was something that many people might have been familiar with.

    Identifying this type of data and sharing it is nice. Thank you. There appears to be a lot of things that could also be learned. However, it does not seem possible to grasp it all for one individual.

    With that being said, the ability to lose weight without having to always say no to the food you may crave the most seems to be advantageous. I shared some of my thoughts on this page where I also linked to a video that taught me about a weight loss phenomenon I did not know about: specialfatloss.com

    I think that food is here to be eaten. Thus, I do not believe in having to completely stop eating delicious, healthy and lawful food to lose weight.

    If it can be done for the long term, what is the point?


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