Losing Fat or Losing Weight: Feel the Difference

Istvan Liptak

Istvan is a self-made health and fitness enthusiast, as well as an amateur cook with a professional diploma. He only practices cooking at home, but this doesn't break his enthusiasm for healthy eating.

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  1. January 13, 2016

    […] no matter what your constitution would be. Even if you are skinny, have a perfect body mass index (which is a deceptive metric, you know), getting a healthy dose of workout is good for you. The reasons are numerous, and have […]

  2. January 26, 2016

    […] body mass index (BMI) is the metric used to determine whether you are obese or not. While it is a deceptive metric, it serves as a useful tool to assess the proportion of fat deposits in a large group of people. A […]

  3. February 24, 2016

    […] to the researchers at the Washington University, losing just 5% of body weight (fat, of course) comes with the greatest health benefits. Just 5% of weight loss for obese patients lowers their […]

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