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Have you ever given any thought as to just how confusing and contradictory different messages are about how to lose weight? As you read these very words, some marketing company someplace is thinking about how to sell some fad diet or exercise product/service – oftentimes through deceit.

Some of these methods do in fact work, but the main issue is, 60 to 75 percent (depending on the source) of people who subscribe to a diet or exercise regimen for weight loss: they regain at least half of it – and sometimes more – within a few months or years.

Referred to as “yo-yo dieting” or, within the diet/nutrition community, “weight cycling,” these weight fluctuations following a prescribed diet or exercise routine all but confirm that dieting is a poor solution for long-term weight loss.

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