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Protein is a key nutrient that can play an important role in weight loss. To start, it makes you feel fuller longer and helps you reduce a buildup of harmful fats. A registered dietitian explains.
A registered dietitian discusses how aiming for 225 to 325 grams of carbohydrates each day can help you achieve a healthy weight.
Losing weight isn’t easy but you can simplify the process by developing healthy eating, exercise and lifestyle habits. An expert shares how you can safely achieve a healthy weight.
On this eating plan, no food is off limits, but you’ll want to fill up on low-calorie, nutrient-dense foods over other foods. Learn more about the Volumetrics diet and if it’s a good fit for you.
The protein-sparing modified fast diet, or the PSMF diet, is a short-term diet that involves consuming low amounts of calories and carbs and high amounts of protein to help lose weight quickly. A registered dietitian explains the pros and cons of this diet.
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