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Doctor Fact-Checks POPULAR Weight Loss Tips | Noom Review

Doctor Fact-Checks POPULAR Weight Loss Tips | Noom Review
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There sure are a LOT of weight management tips across the internet, and after my research it appears finding the facts from trustworthy sources is harder than it seems. Heck, I’m a doctor and had trouble verifying a lot of this stuff, so how is someone without a medical degree supposed to find accurate and safe info? Today I’m taking a look at some popular weight loss tips around the internet to tell you what’s real and and what’s not.

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  1. Bulking up your meals with a lot of vegetables, they don't have a lot of calories but a lot of nutrients and fiber, which is saturating. Don't be afraid of carbs they make you feel cozy and are important for feeling saturates. Fat has a lot more calories and is much easier to reduce in meals. By using one or two tablespoons less oil you have a lot less calories in your food (up to 200 calories) And also find a sport that you can endure or at best enjoy doing. For me it is weight lifting and running but it could also be any other physical activity that you can do and like.

  2. There sure are a lot of weight management tips across the internet, and after my research it
    Appears finding the facts from trustworthy sources is harder than it seems. Heck, I'm a
    Doctor and had trouble verifying a lot of this stuff, so how is someone without a medical service

  3. A lot of times I'll create a workout routine and I'll notice I'll start building muscle and losing fat but my sometimes my weight will go up but ik muscle weighs more than fat but doctor keeps saying that muscle weighs nothing 🙄

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