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“Everyone is different”: The Lazy Person’s Excuse for Dieting and Exercising but Not Losing Weight

  How many of you at one time or another gave an excuse as to why you weren’t making progress with your fat loss diet? I couldn’t tell you how many times I heard people say “everyone is different, Matt.” While I agree, that excuse doesn’t hold up when it...

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Are you satisfied when you diet?

1. Are You “Satisfied” During Dieting? “In all pleasure there is satiety.” – George HakewillSatiety means to feel satiated, or, in simple terms, full or satisfied. So, with that in mind, can you relate to the above quote? We sure hope you're nodding and saying yes. When you think about...

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The Reverse Diet Survival Guide

  Months have passed, you’ve mustered up thousands of steps on the treadmill, uttered plenty of prayers before stepping on the bathroom scale for those weekly check-ins, and ran every calculation possible in the IIFYM calculator. You’ve upgraded your Instagram selfie game and reached the dieting goal you set prior...

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Orthorexia Nervosa : The Dark Side of Dieting

The first documented dieting book for weight loss was published over 150 years ago, called "The Banting Diet: Letter of Corpulence" (1). It starts out by referring to obesity as the most parasitic phenomenon of humanity (1). This was at a time when obesity wasn't understood or even thought of...

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The Drawbacks and Benefits of the Keto Diet

  What is the Keto Diet? A keto diet (ketogenic) is a very high-fat diet, moderate to low protein and very low in carbohydrate, which causes a shift in primary metabolic fuel source from carbohydrates to fats. It also alters fat metabolism so the body produces compounds known as ketone...

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