A new study suggests that dieting doesn’t actually help anyone lose weight in the long run.

The study, published in the journal Obesity, looked at the relationship between body composition and weight loss over the course of a decade in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, or NHANES, the longest continuous survey in the United States.

The researchers looked at data from more than 9,500 people over a six-year period, and used a formula to calculate their weight and height.

They found that if someone’s weight is significantly higher than their height, it indicates that they are over-weight.

If you’re a healthy weight, you are not likely to lose it.

The problem is when you’re not.

The people who were the most obese and had the highest weight gain were also the people who gained the most weight.

So, it’s not a simple thing to lose or gain weight.

In fact, a person who is severely obese is at a much higher risk of gaining weight, as they will have more weight to start with, the researchers said.

The more severely obese someone is, the higher their risk of becoming overweight or obese, the study said.

So, a very severely obese person who was overweight but not severely obese, would still have more than double the risk of developing diabetes if they developed the condition.

In other words, people who are severely obese are more likely to develop diabetes.

And that’s why people who lose weight do not necessarily need to take dieting advice.

It is best to avoid weight loss unless absolutely necessary, according to the researchers.

However, the data does suggest that when you lose weight you may lose some muscle and lose fat, which is good news.

But this study also shows that not only do people lose muscle and fat when they lose weight but they also lose more weight than they gain.

This study shows that when a person loses weight, it does not necessarily mean that they lose fat.

It’s very important to keep in mind that weight loss does not mean that a person is overweight or unhealthy, but it does mean that the person is gaining weight.

And that is a problem.

This is why it is important to stay healthy, said Dr. Jeffrey Katz, director of the Metabolic Disease Program at the University of Southern California.

He said the main goal of weight loss is to help you lose body fat, not gain it.

But people often try to lose more than they have and it doesn’t work for everyone.

The research is important for people with a medical condition like diabetes or a history of obesity.

It could help them with a weight management plan, Katz said.

But, if you have diabetes, weight loss can cause you to gain weight, Katz warned.

So it’s important to remember that the key to losing weight is to not overeat, to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and to make healthy choices with your food choices.