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What triggers weightloss?

For example, diet-induced weight loss is also known to precipitate weight gain.

What triggers weight gain? When body weight is stable, calorie intakes remain constant, and there are no dietary, lifestyle or physical activity cues that signal that the body is on its way to a higher or lower weight.

When body weight is stable, calorie intakes remain constant, and there are no dietary, lifestyle or physical activity cues that signal that the body is on its way to a higher or lower weight. What happens after weight loss when fat depots aren’t able to absorb excess calories? The result is a drop in resting energy expenditure and an increase in metabolic rate, a measure of the amount of calories we use up during our daily activities.

The result is a drop in resting energy expenditure and an increase in metabolic rate, a measure of the amount of calories we use up during our daily activities. What happens when calorie intake and expenditure remain constant? The reverse occurs, and body weight rises in response to the loss of body fat.

The reverse occurs, and body weight rises in response to the loss of body fat. What happens when diet-induced weight loss and/or weight gain happen simultaneously? Although diets can cause weight gain, weight loss, and body weight loss all occur gradually during the first few weeks of remission and gradually increase from there until the patient develops a “trough phase” and then a “full-blown” response toward maintenance.

Although diets can cause weight gain, weight loss, and body weight loss all occur gradually during the first few weeks of remission and gradually increase from there until the patient develops a “trough phase” and then a “full-blown” response toward maintenance. How does remission work? Because weight loss is the only way to lose the excess weight, remission is a long-term treatment aimed at maintaining weight loss for an extended period of time. The body learns in remission not to overeat, and the fat loss is sustained over time.

Because weight loss is the only way to lose the excess weight, remission is a long-term treatment aimed at maintaining weight loss for an extended period of time. The body learns in remission not to overeat, and the fat loss is sustained over time. How long does remission take? The best results occur during the first year of recovery, but remission can be achieved as long as a year.

The best results occur during the first year of recovery, but remission can be achieved as long as a year. Who can