Scientifically speaking, the answer to this question is as simple as the answer to the earlier question about why you put on weight. You will lose weight when you consume fewer calories than you use up. Nutrition and exercise are the two most crucial elements in achieving and maintaining a healthy weight - but then you probably knew that already.
However, as we also noticed before, we all eat for different reasons. We may use food as a response to tiredness or boredom or to emotions such as frustration or anxiety; there are also those ingrained bad eating habits. We all also decide to lose weight for different reasons - our health, appearance, fitness levels etc. Therefore, we will all have different ways of losing weight. On the next two pages, there are two crucial questions which you will need to address when confronting the question "How do I lose weight?"
Before starting any weight loss or exercise plan you must consult a medical professional.
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