You’re not alone, scientists say
Losing weight can be hard.
But now a team of researchers says it might be worth it if you’re already losing weight.
In a study published in the journal Cell Metabolism, researchers at the University of British Columbia found that if you lose weight gradually over the next two years, your body will gradually lose weight over the course of that time.
They found that over a 12-month period, a person who lost 5.8 pounds lost about 4.6 pounds.
This is a drop of about 2.5 pounds per month.
This makes losing weight more likely to happen if you don’t take the drastic steps of eating a lot less, exercising less, or quitting smoking.
Losing weight is hard, but you can do itThe study involved people who had previously lost a lot of weight.
Researchers asked them to follow a standard diet plan for three months, with two weeks of weight loss in between.
They then measured their weight and fat mass every two weeks for three weeks.
After the first two weeks, participants lost an average of 1.5 percent of their initial weight loss.
After the third week, they lost an additional 0.5 to 1.7 percent of the weight loss over the two-week period.
Participants who gained the most weight during the diet lost the most.
The researchers say this may be due to the fact that the weight lost over the first three months was already in place.
In contrast, they say, the weight gained during the second and third months was less than the weight regained during the first month.
They also found that the more the participants gained weight, the more weight they lost during the following three months.
This could explain why the weight gain during the course was less when compared to the weight losses after the diet was discontinued.
The researchers suggest that losing weight slowly is better for weight loss than losing weight quickly.
The study also showed that people who lost more weight did so by doing something other than just cutting calories.
This includes exercising less or quitting cigarettes, which can make it hard to lose weight fast.
But it’s not just losing weight that is important, the researchers say.
The key is getting your metabolism to improve.
That’s when your body uses fat to fuel muscle.
This is why it’s important to get a good night’s sleep and to eat more nutrient-rich foods, the team says.