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Old 04-12-2014, 08:49 PM   #7
SouthernMaven
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Some empirical evidence, from a study of one (me):

Whenever I counted calories & created a calorie deficit, I always lost weight. And almost in a linear fashion, especially if I got regular exercise as well. It worked extremely well for ME, and was the most effective way for ME to lose weight, whenever I chose to diet.

I didn't get horribly hungry nor did I concern myself with getting the proper balance of carbs, protein, fats, etc.

The only downside to it, for ME, was that it made me constantly think about food. But any restrictive diet does that to ME. Including (or should I say especially) low-carb diets.
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