A 32-year-old female asked:
i want to lose weight and i try everything and i have pots would that have anything to do with having trouble losing weight?
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Cardiology 31 years experience
No: Weight loss is a mathematical issue of caloric intake. An individual requires around 2000 calories a day to maintain his or her weight. If cut down caloric intake ( less than 1600) and portion sizes (provided you do not have any other metabolic or hormonal disorder) you will loose weight.
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