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3 Reasons Why You're Not Losing Weight

Why Weight Loss is Harder for Some People than for Others

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  • Common sense is sometimes very hard to follow but all this really does make sense. It's very difficult to to begin a weight loss program by increasing your calorie intake with good nutritional foods. Thanks.
  • It's hard to compare yourself only to yourself yesterday rather than to someone else, but that really is the only helpful comparison.
  • It sall makes sense when I read it but it's still hard to follow the advise.
  • Thank you. I needed to read this again. I am going to try lifting weights, and see if that doesn't help with my weight loss. I keep plugging along but haven't seen any results. I hate lifting weights but I am going to have to get over that negative thoughts and carry on. I'm sure it will help make my life easier, if I am stronger. I'm saving this article to my favorites so I can read it again and again.
  • PLCHAPPELL
    Many valid considerations- one size does not fit all.
  • Yet an other reminder of things I knew but chose to ignore
  • BILLTHOMSON
    I've reached a level where my weight loss has slowed down, but I have to also be careful on changing my diet too drastically being diabetic 2
  • Lots to think about here.
  • TOMATOCAFEGAL
    ONCE I GET IT UP, IT STAYS CONTINUOUS, BUT SINCE SURGERY I HAVE TO WORK AT IT. BEFORE YOU COULDN'T SLOW ME DOWN
  • There is another possible of not getting your heart rate up. Medications. Some, like a beta blockers don't allow much of a variance in the heart rate. Good article! Thanks!
  • Lot's of good information contained in this article. Thanks.
  • Ordered book by Recitas. Interesting article.
  • Not all calories are created equal - it all depends on your body chemistry.
    I recommend "The Plan" by Lyn-Genet Recitas, it is a 20 day "test" to see which foods work for you and which don't. The recipes are delicious.
  • I like that he gives ideas on what to look at and try for each individual. There are no 'one size fits all' answers. I was vegetarian for 27 years and grazed the entire time. I could be full but not satiated. I was told I needed more protein and tried all the fake meats & tofu to no avail. Now that I am back on meat I can eat a 100 gram pork steak and I am good for hours. No snacking, no craving. Not sure if it is the type of protein, or the fat content, but it works for me. And I am losing weight for the first time in over 20 years!
  • I highly recommend reading the book "The Obesity Code" by Jason Fung, MD.

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