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What is the best and most effective diet?

The past decade has seen an explosion of new diet and weight loss strategies. A quick Google search of 'top diets' bombards you with endless options including low carb, DASH, paleo, keto, intermittent fasting, veganism, and even gluten-free strategies.

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Can you outrun a fast food diet with high intensity exercise?

Fast Food + High Intensity Exercise = ?? In our society, we've equated good health with good looks. Great athletes are supposed to be the healthiest people. There is however, much more to health than a six pack (though some don't seem to care). Unhealthy habits do not necessarily cause unsightly...

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High Protein Diets for Weight Loss

Protein Protein is a macronutrient, which in addition to providing energy, also furnishes the body with the necessary building blocks to create and repair new and damaged tissue. High protein diets are typically used to gain muscle and strength, however, these same diets may provide benefits for weight loss. The Problem...

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Weight Loss Without Exercise, Diet Alone

Weight Loss Weight loss is supposedly simple math; if you expend more energy than you consume, you'll lose weight. The equation doesn't care much if you burn more, consume less, or combine both approaches. Unfortunately, the body doesn't always perform as a simple equation, but rather a complex system which...

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How to Burn Fat

Creating a more toned, defined and ripped look is the pinnacle of fitness. Companies have created pills, creams and even electro-shocking ab belts to help you reach your potential. Burning fat to create a better looking body is easy and involves proper diet and exercise. Stop wasting money on...

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How to Ruin a Calorie Deficit

A calorie deficit is the "magic" that makes weight loss possible. It is the difference between the amount of energy you burn and eat; the shortfall of energy caused by eating less and moving more. If your body burns 2,000 calories per day and you only eat 1,500, that...

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Relevant or Outdated? The 3,500 Calorie Weight Loss Rule

Weight Loss In 1958, a now infamous study concluded one pound of body fat was equal to 3,500 calories1. It's been conventional diet wisdom for over half a century: a 3,500 calorie increase or decrease, above or below maintenance levels results in a one pound change in weight. Most diets...

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Top 5 Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight

Losing weight is a fairly simple process. Though there are limitless choices you can make concerning your food intake, exercise routine and supplement regimen, there is only one rule you need to follow to lose weight: eat less, move more. When you eat less and move more, you force...

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Top 5 Ways to Lose Your Gut

When you eat more calories than you burn, you create a calorie surplus and your body is forced to store that extra energy as body fat (or build muscle if you're involved in a strength training routine). Where your body stores extra body fat is determined by genetics and...

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