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Stay Lean For Life With These 3 Principles

How is it that obesity in America is hitting all time highs year after year, while the profits for the fitness and supplement industries have never been higher? This points to a broken system. 45 million Americans are on a diet, but the facts show us that diets in themselves are not effective for getting and keeping the body we want. Gary Foster, Ph.D., clinical director of the Weight and Eating Disorders Program at the University of Pennsylvania, has shown that 65 percent of dieters will regain all lost weight within roughly 3 years.
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