BECOME A diet detective

Beun-Chown, Julie
July 2007
Good Health & Medicine;Jul2007, p104
The article offers diet-related tips and ideas for men and women. It explains the need to calculate basal energy expenditure (BEE) to know individual daily energy needs. It characterizes the different types of people based on their physical activities. It also emphasizes the efficacy of exercise to boost weight loss.


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