- v. intransitive to become less heavy.
- v. take off weight
“And because fiber increases volume without adding calories, you can lose weight without reducing the volume of food you normally consume, simply by substituting high-fiber foods for low-fiber foods.”
“The tone that means I intensely resent his ability to lose weight by switching from thick-sliced bacon to the regular kind.”
“Jaye Lunsford read about using microactions to lose weight in Stop Screaming at the Microwave! and applied the principle with great success.”
“Susan Bronell, a forty-five-year-old mother of twin college freshman, sought therapy to stop bingeing and lose weight permanently.”
“And they were really starting to “get” what I was saying about how quick-fix diets and rapid-loss weight programs are not the way to lose weight and stay healthy because…”
“If you were actually unable to find food, this physiological double-hunger-whammy would be a life-protecting system and would help you survive the crisis; but when you are trying to lose weight in a world where calories are ubiquitous, it makes the challenge that much more difficult.”
“It is not a coincidence that many of my patients who adopt a lower-sodium diet lose weight without that purpose in mind.”
“When I am trying to lose weight and detox fast, or just want to kick-start my metabolism and boost my energy level, I do one to three days of the cleansing drinks, along with smoothies and juices; and then, over the next week, I add in small, healthy, slimming mini-meals every three hours.”
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