Top 5 myths about weight loss
“I didn’t gain the Freshman 15 I gained the Freshman 40. I could keep candy and chips in my room and eat all the late-night pizza I could afford. I grew to a size 14 and kept growing. I felt sick and lethargic. I wanted to nap all the time.” Tired of being overweight and exhausted, Maria finally decided to overhaul her diet and start working out during her early 20s.
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I used to be so angry, thinking I’d never lose weight… I was drowning in food, says Fergie
I was drowning in food, says Fergie Last year Duchess of York was 6lb off weight when pregnant with garcinia cambogia reviews Beatrice 54-year-old went to ski resort with long-time fitness trainer for strict regime Cut out sugar, controlled calories and climbed mountains http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 every day PUBLISHED: 19:52 EST, 16 March 2014 | UPDATED: 19:52 EST, 16 March 2014 50 shares comments Slimmed: A svelte Sarah Ferguson, who last year weighed almost as much as when she was pregnant Reclining on a fur throw in an eye-catching African print silk blouse and harem pants, the Duchess of York is clearly keen to show off her three stone weight loss. The Queens former daughter-in-law has endured a life-long battle with her weight and was shocked into taking drastic action when she stepped on the scales last year only to discover she weighed almost as much as she did when pregnant with her first child, Princess Beatrice, now 25. Sarah, 54, speaking exclusively to Hello! magazine, said: I used to be so angry. I believed I was never going to lose the weight, that I had lost control.
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Myth 1: Exercise makes you eat more and gain weight We think that all our hard work at the gym will sabotage our weight loss efforts, as we end up eating more after we exercise. Tim says, ‘every little bit of exercise can help in shifting unwanted flab.’ According to various researches, exercise is the best way to reduce body fat. The mantra is, the more you move, the more you lose. Myth 2: ‘Negative calorie foods’ like celery burn up more energy There is actually no such thing as ‘negative calorie food’.
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