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  1. #221

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    . 25 .. 12,5 ( 4 )

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  2. #222

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  3. #223
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    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/fas...t-loss/AN01621

    Fast weight loss: What's wrong with it?

    Why do doctors always recommend a slow rate of weight loss? What's wrong with losing it fast, if you can?


    Answer
    When it comes to weight loss, slow and steady wins the race. Fast weight loss is usually followed shortly by rapid weight gain. Besides, 1 pound of fat contains 3,500 calories, so you need to burn 500 more calories than you eat each day to lose just 1 pound a week (500 calories x 7 days). If you're losing more than 1 to 2 pounds a week, it's either water weight or lean tissue you're losing, not fat. Weight loss of 1 to 2 pounds a week may seem like an agonizingly slow pace, but if improving your health is a long-term goal, the speed of your weight loss isn't important

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    Some tips to keep in mind


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    For most people who need to lose weight, gradual weight loss is best (1-2 pounds per week maximum). Even slower weight loss is good, because it is more likely to be sustained. Rapid weight loss and restrictive diets can deplete muscle mass, depress metabolism, create nutritional inadequacies, and cause greater weight gain in the future.

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    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/fas...t-loss/AN01621

    Fast weight loss: What's wrong with it?

    Why do doctors always recommend a slow rate of weight loss? What's wrong with losing it fast, if you can?


    Answer
    When it comes to weight loss, slow and steady wins the race. Fast weight loss is usually followed shortly by rapid weight gain. Besides, 1 pound of fat contains 3,500 calories, so you need to burn 500 more calories than you eat each day to lose just 1 pound a week (500 calories x 7 days). If you're losing more than 1 to 2 pounds a week, it's either water weight or lean tissue you're losing, not fat. Weight loss of 1 to 2 pounds a week may seem like an agonizingly slow pace, but if improving your health is a long-term goal, the speed of your weight loss isn't important

    :
    "" 3500 500 .
    1-2 ""


    :
    http://www.gannett.cornell.edu/top10...eightloss.html

    Some tips to keep in mind


    *

    For most people who need to lose weight, gradual weight loss is best (1-2 pounds per week maximum). Even slower weight loss is good, because it is more likely to be sustained. Rapid weight loss and restrictive diets can deplete muscle mass, depress metabolism, create nutritional inadequacies, and cause greater weight gain in the future.

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  9. #229

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