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    anthony23 posted:
    hello everyone I hope someone help with this question I'm new to the webmd diet and weight lost. I have lost 4 lbs since I started but I notice as I lose my calorie in tack for the day goes this the way it suppose to be. Please hel.p
    Samantha71088 responded:
    Hi Anthony,
    I don't really think your caloric intake should go down daily. If you continue to that you would eventually be "starving" your body and you would gain your weight back! We need to look at what types of food you are eating and when you are eating them. Also, what type activity you do during the day. What diet are you on? I promote a program that is very successful and has proven results. Of course, I can help you figure out what's going on here but if your interested in the program let me know.

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