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Fact vs. Fiction: with weight loss, it's a struggle to know what to believe

3:39 PM, Feb. 11, 2013
There are many myths about weight loss. Eating nutritious food, controlling food portions and exercise are all healthy ways to lose weight.
There are many myths about weight loss. Eating nutritious food, controlling food portions and exercise are all healthy ways to lose weight.
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Losing weight can dramatically improve your emotional and physical health, but it's often a slow process. Millions of American adults use dietary supplements to lose weight, choosing a range of products that claim to decrease appetite, block fat absorption or increase metabolism. But with hundreds of products on the market, how do you determine which one to choose?

Here are some myths and facts about weight loss and weight-loss supplements that may help you cut through the clutter:Fiction: You can lose weight fast ... and keep it off.

Fact: It takes time to lose weight safely and keep it off. ...

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