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Instead of following a fad diet or a over-exercising in an attempt to lose weight, there's a much healthier solution: Incorporate foods into your diet that facilitate a high metabolism, consistent energy, and prolonged satiation. Research continues to suggests that adequate and even higher protein intakes may support more weight loss. But the amount you actually need is still widely debated. US Dietary Guidelines recommend 0.36 to 0.45 grams per pound of body weight. But some argue this amount is based around getting minimum adequate needs for the general population and does not take into account differences in body composition and fitness needs.

If you want to avoid corn, soy, and wheat in your dog food, your Lappie may still be able to eat an alternative grain such as barley or oats. Or you can feed a grain free dog food that uses an alternate source of carbs that is low glycemic. You don't have to feed a dog food with an excessively high percentage of protein but it's a good idea to keep the carb percentage low to moderate.

Having a routine is, in my opinion, in the top three most important things you can do to lose weight, right up there with exercise and diet. If you don't stick to a routine, you won't see results, and you'll be discouraged. Several years ago I saw a personal trainer and, after paying a decent sum of money, I figured out that it was the routine of going to see her made the biggest difference. It's probably the single hardest thing you'll do when you try to lose weight, but once those habits become hardwired into your brain, things will only get easier.

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