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Why You're Fat

by Racer X Virtual Trainer


If the pounds are not melting away as quickly as you like, you may need more than just diet and exercise.
"Despite what you might hear, fat loss is NOT just about diet and exercise. Physiology plays a very important role. And today, our physiologies are more out of whack than ever in human history." says Dr. Walsh in a post entitled, "Four Reasons You're Not Losing Fat" on Precision Nutrition's blog. He points out that losing weight is much more complex than just dieting and exercising.

The body is a complex machine with many different systems interacting to make sure you stay alive. When one of these systems is out of whack, your body doesn't function at optimum levels. Dr. Walsh explains how four particular systems, the oxygen delivery system, the blood sugar management system, the adrenal system and the digestive system, could be the culprit of why those pounds aren't melting away.

If you feel your workouts are in vain (which they never are since, aside from weight loss, there are so many other benefits) and you are not seeing the results you would like to see, it might be time to take a deeper look into your overall health.

For more information, read Dr. Walsh's, Four Reasons You're Not Losing Fat.

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    Yam317 July 07, 2012 at 4:10 am

    This guy is absolutely wrong! Although it is true that people lose weight at different rates, it is always a simple matter of calories in minus calories out. He is just targeting people wit little willpower and trying sell an easy excuse.

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    Racer X Virtual Trainer July 07, 2012 at 10:59 am

    Research is definitely showing that it is not as simple as calories in and calories out. Did you watch this?

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