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5 Best Ways to Burn Fat

The average American gains five pounds a year, every year over the age of thirty. Some estimate that 50 or even 60 percent of our society is overweight. Of course, the best way to avoid obesity is to resist temptation and never let these unwanted calories cross your lips in the first place. But is there a moderate, practical approach that will allow us to balance the love of food with exercise and prevent
this gradual, but seemingly "inevitable", weight gain? In addition to restricting unnecessary calories, there is much you can do.

Number One -Cardiovascular Exercise


Eat Fat to Burn Fat

For about 50 years now, Americans have been eating low fat (some no fat) diets and the funny thing is we have gotten progressively fatter and less healthy. Who ever said low fat diets were healthy, and more importantly, why does eating less fat mean you'll be less fat?

In attempt to keep this easy to understand, as most of what you read and hear is complicated, confusing, and contradictory, I'm going to be direct, to the point, and explain things in a way that most people can understand.


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