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Is their any way to loose weight without going on a diet and without doing more exercise?

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Dr. Felix Toro
Anti-Aging Medicine 40 years experience
Yes!: It depends what is causing the weight gain. If it is eating too much or the wrong food you will need to change it, not to a specific diet. If not moving enough then you need to increase it. It could be hormonal imbalances, % of fat, specific lack of nutrients w compensatory overeating, genetics pregnancy, etc. you need to see your healthcare professional to evaluate you and develop a treatment pla
Dr. Olakitan Akinjagunla
Specializes in Internal Medicine
Eat healthy: Healthy eating without actually dieting or even exercising will help you to lose weight
Dr. Robert Sterling
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Yes!!!!: Amputate a leg (about 27 pounds), or an arm (say, 6 pounds); get rid of your dog (?35 pounds) or girlfriend (?250 pounds, haha). Now, if you consider a healthy lifestyle is for life, then what you eat and do would not be called a "diet" or "exercise"-Just living! So get real, and read up on healthy living and the rest will follow. And please remember, THERE'S NO FREE LUNCH (OR SNACK)!!!

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