TO LOSE WEIGHT, CUT OUT EV­ERY KILOJOULE

CLEO (Malaysia) - - BODY & SOUL -

“A very low kilojoule diet can have a yo-yo ef­fect on weight,” warns di­eti­tian Desi Car­los ( “Once you start eat­ing ‘nor­mally’ again, your me­tab­o­lism will have slowed to cope with the lack of food, and you’ll put the weight back on.” If you’re obese and start a low-kJ diet, you could pos­si­bly get gall­stones.

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