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theguy87

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Posted: 01 Feb 2012, 18:13
Are these different crazy diets really necessary? I've always thuoght that if you kept yourself balanced, drank plenty of water, and took in extra dietary fiber while possibly keeping fat intake a little low you would lose weight so long as your calories eaten were lower then calories burned. I ask because i may be wrong, I never was overweight before but the last year i have been working at a desk position and put on a bunch of weight, so i would like to lose it properly just want to know if this approach is sufficient or if some of these diet trends are actually effective.



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