Breaking Down the Biggest Myths of Weight Loss

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The biggest thing holding back most people from losing weight are the myths and misconceptions they have about dieting.  Although they have good intentions about getting healthy, they’re stuck in the beliefs they’ve been brainwashed with for years – the beliefs that are keeping them fat, sluggish, sick and unmotivated to change.

Steve Siebold, an author known for his ‘tough love’ approach to weight loss and dieting, who is author of Die Fat or Get Tough: 101 Differences in Thinking Between Fat People and Fit People, and Fat Loser! Mental Toughness Training for Dieters, breaks down some of the most common weight loss myths.

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