Formula for Weight-Loss Success

- POSTED ON: Jun 15, 2017


 People may Ask…

WHAT is the Right Thing?

For Weight-Loss, the right thing is to sustain a calorie DEFICIT (by any method that works for you) because this will always cause fat loss in every human body … eventually.

For Maintenance of Weight-Loss, the right thing is to sustain a calorie BALANCE
(by any method that works for you) because when a body takes in the same energy that it uses, it doesn’t gain fat.

HOW LONG is Long Enough?

For Weight-Loss: Until you reach your weight goal.

For Maintenance of Weight-Loss:  Forever … Until you die.

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On Jun 16, 2017 Alma wrote:
There was no place to comment on: Calorie Balance - POSTED ON: Jun 16, 2017 so I am doing it here. You look good! I WANT YOUR HAIR! I have never liked mine and like even less having to waste time getting perms.

On Jun 16, 2017 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Hi Alma, I checked and saw a comment box under Calorie Balance on my computer screen, but Comments under any blog at any time are fine. Thanks for your compliment. I've always had thick, naturally curly hair ... which without the right haircut-hairstyle has a tendency to be somewhat "bushy" or "frizzy". There was a time in my life when I was so envious of people who had that long, straight hair look, but those days are gone.

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