In 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 1 in 4 adults had gained or lost at least 30 pounds between the ages of 15 and 29, and one in four had lost more than 40 pounds over the course of their lifetimes.

Now that’s not all.

Some of the reasons for weight loss are physical and mental, and some are genetic.

But, even if you’re one of the unlucky ones, there are ways to get a better grip on your weight and keep it off.

Here are three things you need to know about losing weight.1.

You don’t have to be thin to lose weightWhen people talk about losing fat, they often refer to their waistline as their “fat belly.”

In reality, it’s a body part that varies greatly from person to person, and can vary from a slim waistline to a large, fat belly.

When you lose weight naturally, the fat around your waist stays the same, so it doesn’t matter how much you eat or exercise.

It doesn’t change how much of your weight you have.

That said, the waistline can become more visible when you’re overweight or obese, so you may find yourself thinking about it less.2.

There’s no right or wrong way to lose fatPeople can lose fat by eating more, exercising more, or exercising more often.

These strategies all help keep you on track to lose more fat, but there’s no one way to achieve your goal.

It’s up to you to decide how you want to lose your weight.

A study from the CDC found that if you weigh 150 pounds or less, there’s a 99 percent chance you’re not going to gain weight.

If you weigh more than 150 pounds, there is a 90 percent chance that you’re going to lose a lot of weight.3.

You’re more likely to gain more weight if you lose a bunchA study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that the more overweight people are, the more likely they are to gain a lot more weight.

According to the study, those who were obese at age 20 and overweight at age 40 had a 25 percent higher risk of gaining 20 percent or more more body weight by age 60.

They also had a 40 percent higher chance of gaining more than 30 percent body weight over their lifespans.

If someone has a history of diabetes or high blood pressure, they may be more likely, too.

So while losing weight may seem like the obvious thing to do, it can be challenging.

For example, the Mayo Clinic found that women who gained weight at age 45 had a higher risk for breast cancer and were also more likely than those who lost weight at 25 to develop diabetes.

So, if you want the best results, be careful and stick to eating healthfully.

If you have a health condition, including diabetes, high blood sugar, or other medical conditions that can affect your body’s ability to lose excess weight, it may help to get some help.

The Mayo Clinic offers a weight loss plan that will help you lose excess body fat while helping you get healthy.

You’ll be able to stay on track, lose more weight, and stay lean.

For more information, visit the Mayo Clinical Practice website.