The average human body has 30 to 40 billion fat cells. Most of the extra calories we eat that we do not need for immediate energy are stored as fat. The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute calls it a complex chronic disease involving social, behavioral, cultural, physiological, metabolic, and genetic factors. Experts generally agree that the key to losing weight is "Eat Less and Move More". Weight loss involves two distinct phases: active weight loss and weight maintenance. During the active weight loss phase, you should lose 10% of your body weight in about 12 to 16 weeks (3-4 months). This can be achieved in a variety of ways. Most diets-low carbohydrate, low fat, or other have the same weight-loss potential as long as you are eating fewer calories. During the weight maintenance phase, which should last for the remaining 8 to 9 months of the year, the goal is to keep weight stable by exercising and eating only the amount of calories necessary so you don't gain weight. This is how you achieve successful weight loss for the long term. The reason most people fail to lose weight on a diet is that they don't like the program they are on, or they try to lose more weight than they should to begin with and can't adhere to the program because it is too rigid. Try to choose a diet that appeals to you in terms of the kinds of foods you will be eating. This will make it easier to stay with the diet program.
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