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Oilers14990498 Oilers14990498 3 years

The diet soda thing is inconclusive at best. There are many articles out there (and only based on like 3 studies) that say it causes weight gain, but there isn't any actual proof that it's true. Sure, there are better things to drink than diet soda... but if you have an otherwise healthy diet, diet soda in and of itself will not make you gain weight.

JennieWilliams1370011233 JennieWilliams1370011233 3 years

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Martha15441546 Martha15441546 3 years
A lot of people think that cutting calories and leaving out meals during the day will help them lose weight. Your body knows when you're eating less and therefore accommodates for less caloric intake and holds onto the fat you are actually trying to get rid of! I agree, I think that you need to eat a balanced diet and not starve yourself for true, healthy results.
JessicaLaurenDeBry JessicaLaurenDeBry 3 years
YES! So many good tips. Especially about drinking enough water and keeping a food journal - 2 things that I ALWAYS advise my clients to do! Thank you for the great list. :)
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