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Author Topic: Why Healthy foods aren?t always helpful for effective weight loss?  (Read 862 times)

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Offline KristenSwan

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Do you prefer skipping meals and eating fruits instead?

Do you believe that eating a large amount of healthy food can help you lose weight?

Well, you might be surprised that even though you are eating healthy food products, still you might not get desired weight loss results.

Not only this, sometimes, we end up using the same weight loss consultations that are referred to our friends.

However, the outcomes are drastically different.


I am certain that you will be.

Why are we forgetting a simple rule that every individual is different.

Therefore, whatever we consume might act in a different way in our body.

Through this, the intention is to make you aware that consuming these healthy foods in abundance can hinder your chances of losing weight.

1. Olive Oil
2. Nuts
3. Granola
4. Avocado
5. Cheese
6. Fruit Juices
7. Gluten-Free Products
8. Bottled Water
9. High Protein Products

Offline aditisingh

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Re: Why Healthy foods aren?t always helpful for effective weight loss?
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2020, 11:36:58 am »
Enjoyed reading it. Still not sure about it as I have always read that good and healthy food are important for weight loss. Yes it requires a proper pattern without that nothing will work.


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