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New Study Says These 2 Things Result in Major Long-Term Weight Loss

Eat This, Not That! Logo By William Mayle of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 5: The findings of a big, year-long weight loss study published today in The New England Journal of Medicine revealed some eye-opening news for obese people who struggle with not only losing weight but also keeping it off. After all, as any weight loss expert can tell you, the only thing that's perhaps more difficult than losing weight in the first place is actually keeping it off—and avoiding the dreaded rebound weight gain. According to the researchers, the combination of moderate-to-vigorous exercise along with taking one weight loss drug were successful at helping people lose 20 pounds or more and keep it off for a full year. Read on for more, and if you're in the market for a great new workout, see here for 3 Workouts Proven to Change Your Body Shape.

New Study Says These 2 Things Result in Major Long-Term Weight Loss

The findings of a big, year-long weight loss study published today in The New England Journal of Medicine revealed some eye-opening news for obese people who struggle with not only losing weight but also keeping it off. After all, as any weight loss expert can tell you, the only thing that's perhaps more difficult than losing weight in the first place is actually keeping it off—and avoiding the dreaded rebound weight gain. According to the researchers, the combination of moderate-to-vigorous exercise along with taking one weight loss drug were successful at helping people lose 20 pounds or more and keep it off for a full year. Read on for more, and if you're in the market for a great new workout, see here for 3 Workouts Proven to Change Your Body Shape.

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