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4 Reasons why you might not be losing weight, even if you’re going to the gym every day



To your health, body and spirit – 4 Reasons why you might not be losing weight, even if you’re going to the gym every day.
by: Zoey Sky.

(Natural News) Imagine this: You’ve been dieting and you’re going to the gym regularly. But why aren’t you losing weight?

Before we go into the possible reasons why you’re not losing weight, let’s try to understand how our body works. Think of the body as something that stores energy with two components: One is fat mass; and the rest of the body made up of fat-free mass.

The body is mostly made up of water, but it also includes bone and muscle protein. Take note that fat contains more energy and that it needs more energy to burn.

To lose weight, your body has to go into energy deficit. This means your energy output must be greater than your energy input, and the amount of weight you lose will depend on whether you are shedding fat mass or fat-free mass.

For example, to lose a kilogram of fat, you will need a bigger energy deficit compared to when a kilogram of fat-free mass.

But if you’re exercising daily, why aren’t you losing weight?

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by: Zoey Sky.

(Natural News) Imagine this: You’ve been dieting and you’re going to the gym regularly. But why aren’t you losing weight?

Before we go into the possible reasons why you’re not losing weight, let’s try to understand how our body works. Think of the body as something that stores energy with two components: One is fat mass; and the rest of the body made up of fat-free mass.

The body is mostly made up of water, but it also includes bone and muscle protein. Take note that fat contains more energy and that it needs more energy to burn.

To lose weight, your body has to go into energy deficit. This means your energy output must be greater than your energy input, and the amount of weight you lose will depend on whether you are shedding fat mass or fat-free mass.

For example, to lose a kilogram of fat, you will need a bigger energy deficit compared to when a kilogram of fat-free mass.

But if you’re exercising daily, why aren’t you losing weight?

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