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why keeping a food diary can be crucial to weight loss

A study published in the August, 2008 edition of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, shows that keeping a food diary can help you lose twice as much weight. Check out these 3 studies in Newsweek for the full scoop.

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Dieting is not enough to lose significant weight, so you would have to participate in physical activities. The best thing to do is start with something simple, like running around the block or walking briskly for 30 minutes each day. The important thing is to keep your heart rate to burn more calories in the process. After a few weeks to get used to an active lifestyle, you can switch to something more structured like to go to the gym and work with a coach.

November 18, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBest weight loss program

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