Every diet has different effects on different people. Most so-called “diets” are passing fads, but essentially, a diet is really made up of what you eat. Weight loss occurs when one burns more fat and calories than one consumes. Sticking to a low-fat diet and choosing complex carbohydrates over simple starches (think whole wheat instead of white), filling up on fruits and veggies, and not splurging on sweets or late night snacks, are time-tested steps towards weight-loss success. In many cases, finding the right balance of proteins and carbohydrated can make all the difference.
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