Why cutting calories doesn’t work

Mike Gibbs

Mike is one of the founders of OurPath, a Cambridge science graduate, and a self-confessed health and nutrition geek.

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  1. Karen says:

    Yes, mindless cutting calories could make more harm than help. But If you would do this slowly and by cutting calories you mean changing food for healthier one, it works. Maybe it’s not efficient, but the best way for regular people to lose weight is the slowly process in which you are lossing 7 pounds/month top. I can recommend a really good guide The Just Cut It Method by Jennifer Morris, which celarly describes how it works.

    • Tamara Willner says:

      Hi Karen, thanks for raising this important point! At OurPath we try to change the way you think about food and health. In our opinion, eating healthy, satisfying meals in controlled amounts is the key to staying happy and motivated. Counting calories often leaves us feeling deprived, which usually results in giving up. We’re in it for the long haul!

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