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  • Anonymous

    Since when was the traditional nutritional mantra “burn fewer calories than you consume?” I thought the secret to not gaining weight was to burn more calories than you consume?

    Maybe that’s why you’re still fat?

    • Anonymous

      This pretty much sums it up.

      I used to weigh over 400 pounds and then I figured out what my problem was.

      Too much in. Not enough out.

      Eat less. Find an exercise you like. (For me it was DDR and hiking.)

      Fast forward 2 years later and I’ve already lost 120 pounds.

      It’s honestly not difficult. Don’t starve yourself. I still eat pizza and I love the occassional takeout. I just don’t eat 3 value meals at a time anymore.

    • I agree with mathlol. My cousin is doing it this way. Less in, more out.
      But he is not starving himself like these superstars. He still likes to eat and enjoys food. And he lost 28 kg.

      Maybe you are interested in his blog

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