Your goal should be healthy living. Weight loss is a side effect of a healthy lifestyle, which consists primarily of three factors: Good nutrition, exercise, and stress avoidance. 
Dieting and starving oneself are not a long-term solution to managing weight. Severe restriction of food intake deprives cells of the crucial tools they need to keep the body well functioning. These tools are vitamins, minerals and other micronutrients that the body needs in order to fight off disease, maintain hormonal balance, run the digestive system, keep the cardiovascular system pumping, enable good brain functioning, and otherwise manage millions of other tasks throughout the body every second of the day.
Moreover, drastic steps often result in gaining back all the lost weight, and then some.
Nutrition, physical activity, and stress avoidance are paramount. In this blog we'll get in the weeds of habits, with tons of useful tips on manageable steps toward a wholesome, sustainable approach.
We'll go slow and easy and focus on your health. Incidentally you may start noticing that you are losing weight; but keep your focus on your overall health.
In this journey toward a healthier, happier you, addiction to refined carbs may be one of the most damaging stumbling blocks. Refined flour and sugar provide instant gratification to cravings, similar to illicit drugs.
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But this is only part of the solution. A whole lifestyle has to be modified, and embarking with you on this journey, we'll make it fun. You can sign up here for our newsletter.
 In this blog we assume that you are not suffering from underlying conditions which may prevent you attaining a healthier way of life. Such conditions may be related to endocrine dysfunction, gut dysbiosis, and more.
 According to the NIH's National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease (NIDDK), these three factors "may help you reach and maintain a weight that suits you."