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If you struggle with weight gain it's a good bet that you have tried at least one of the "fad" diets that crop up on a regular basis. The truth is that some of these diets may grant you temporary weight loss. In the usual case, however, the weight returns as soon as you stray from the diet. The bottom line is that you gain weight because you consume more calories than your body is able to use and no diet is a substitute for good eating habits. Your body requires a certain number of calories in order to function properly. If you truly wish to lose weight, you must burn off more calories than your body requires.?In this guide you will learn ways to reduce the number of calories you ingest as well as tips and techniques to help you burn off unnecessary calories. Enjoy your ebook "YES YOU CAN! THE HEALTHY WAY TO LOOSE WEIGHT."
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