Weight Loss: What?s Working?

Data from 1960-1962 found 13.4% of Americans, ages 20-74, obese. Data from 1999-2000 showed this number has increased to 30.9%.1 61% of Americans are now overweight or obese.

 This weight gain is no mystery

An increase in body weight requires an intake of calories (energy) in excess of calories burned. Further, to maintain adult weight gain, calorie intake must be permanently increased by ...

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