1. You're Following Bad Advice.
2. You Eat Fat-Free Foods
3. You (Still) Don't Eat Breakfast
4. You're Eating Too Much Sugar
5. You Don't Lift Weights
"In a study at the University of Connecticut, we put overweight men on a 1,500-calorie-a-day diet, and divided them into three groups — one that didn't exercise, another that performed aerobic exercise 3 days a week, and a third that did both aerobic exercise and weight training. Each group lost almost the same amount of weight — about 21 pounds. But the lifters shed 5 more pounds of fat than those who didn't pump iron. Why? Their weight loss was almost pure fat, while the other two groups lost just 15 pounds of lard, along with several pounds of muscle."
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