This is part 2 of this blog post series. You can read part 1. The series covers weight loss tips based on changing your own behaviour.
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Many websites and book store shelves are full of weight loss tips. But few if any provide weight loss tips that are rooted in the science of behavioural change. I have explored this topic and want to share my own
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