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The Difference Between Weight Loss, Fat Loss and Which One To Focus On
September 18, 2012 | YourWeight | T.McKenzie
A good friend came up to me one month ago and said "I lost 12 pounds...yay!" When I found out she lost the weight in one week, she wasn't happy when I told her she would gain at least half of it back in the next few weeks. One month later she has gained back 13 pounds. Most people automatically feel justified in their success when they've battled the bulge by losing large amounts of weight. However, the kind of weight you lose is a lot more important than the total amount of weight loss. Not fully understanding the impact of lean weight and fat weight can make your overall weight loss results very temporary and actually cause you to gain more weight in the long-term.


Gut Bacteria: Allowing You To Extract More Calories From The Same Amount of Food
September 14, 2012 | YourWeight | Editor
The presence of certain gut microbes is linked with better digestion and absorption of dietary fats, according to new research that suggests modifying gut bacteria could help to battle malnutrition and obesity.


Exercise Does Not Increase Your Motivation For Food, It Decreases It
September 13, 2012 | YourWeight | T.McKenzie
Most people believe your appetite and motivation for food will increase with hard exercise. However if you ask most people that endure vigorous workouts, that belief does not turn out to be accurate -- at least immediately following exercise. New research shows that 45 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous exercise in the morning actually reduces a personís motivation for food.



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