If you're determined to lose weight, choosing healthier foods and counting calories is essential, but you might be surprised that slashing calories to the bare minimum isn't the ticket to weight-loss success. Here's some information and advice View Thread
My advice - do not become a full out vegan, its hard work and you will struggle in the long run.It is absolutely essential that you get the important nutrients.
Please please please, don't look for an answer from a pill. Obesity is a disease that generally includes multiple comorbidities.High cholesterol and high blood pressure are commonly associated with excess body fat. But, when you couple those ailments with insulin resistance (diabetes), sleep apnea, hypothyroidism, arthritis, fatty liver, depression, menopause, digestive disorders, gum disease/tooth decay and allergies, now, you're dealing with very "compromised" individuals
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