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- Website: Mayo Clinic
- Resource type: Article
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Changing your diet to eat less calories seems to cause weight loss more effectively than doing exercise. Both are important parts of weight loss. Do not drastically reduce the amount of food that you are eating.
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nutrition, diet, food, physical activity, fitness, gym, exercise, cardio, strength, muscle, healthy weight, BMI, fat, muscle
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Rated on: 11/10/2018 4:35:55 PM
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