Features

April 2013 Issue

Eat More, Weigh Less

Who says you have to starve to lose weight? Filling up on low-energy, high-volume foods—namely fruits and vegetables—can help you lose weight.

If you’re among the millions of Americans who are on a diet, you’re probably feeling a little hungry right now. Feeling hungry and deprived is not an unusual consequence of the typical weight loss diet, that stresses restricting food to lose weight. Even though “eat less” is the mantra of the weight loss industry, dieting does not have to be about deprivation and hunger.

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