Part 1 - How to choose a weight loss plan: Choosing the right weight loss plan for you

  1. There are so many weight loss programs out there to choose from, how do you find the right one for YOU?
  2. There is no universal program that will work for everybody.
  3. If you simply overeat, then you could lose weight just by tracking your calorie intake.
  4. Exercise is an important part of any weight loss program.
  5. If you are trying to lose weight, you need to analyze your diet to make sure you are getting the nutrients you need.
  6. A good quality multivitamin is critical to any weight loss program.

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