The truth is, I stumbled into a weight loss strategy that worked for me not because I found the magic diet, the one with the no-fail macronutrient ratio or the one that told me to avoid all the right foods, but because I—very much by accident—changed my entire lifestyle, and then stayed vigilant about it.
Hint: It’s not you, it’s them.
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Weight increasing, but weight loss efforts decreasing over the years
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Kelly Clarkson attributed her weight loss to a book called “The Plant Paradox,” which advises people to cut lectins from their diet. But what are lectins?
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You may not automatically associate weightlifting with intermittent fasting. People think that fasting for 16 hours a day (and eating all your meals within an
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Doug Michaels’ weight loss journey started by accident, or, more precisely, with an accident.
Source: 84 pounds: How one man’s weight loss journey started by accident
Thirty-nine percent of American adults were obese, compared to 17.8 percent of children.
Source: Obesity Rates Higher in Country Than City
The majority of people with severe obesity have a lonely and prolonged struggle with their weight. In one study spanning more than 10 years, 83 percent report that they constantly strive to lose weight or prevent weight gain.
Source: Lonely and prolonged struggle for people with severe obesity
People won’t buy a ‘healthy’ chocolate bar, but firms can reduce calories quietly
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