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The Weight Wait

The benefit of on-and-off dieting for weight loss has taken researchers by surprise


GOOD NEWS FOR THOSE WHO suffer from lack of willpower when it comes to weight loss: A new study indicates that breaking up with your diet for two weeks could help shrink your waistline. No matter the diet regimen a person chooses, weight loss inevitably slows at some point. Researchers from the University of Tasmania in Australia suspected that alternating two weeks of dieting with two weeks of normal eating could help people push past this plateau.

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