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5 Reasons Calorie Counting Won't Help You Lose Weight Or Get Healthy

(Photo: Patryk Dziejma via By Lisa Elaine Held for Well+Good Calorie counting suggests an appealing simplicity: Everything comes with a number. Eat less, burn more...lose weight, get healthy. Which is why, despite the fact that research has increasingly shown the strategy doesn't work and that "calories in, calories out" is outdated, the mentality is still everywhere.
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