What kind of diet helps your metabolism? How many calories minimum should you take in to keep from slowing it down? Why is it harder for more mature women to lose weight than a man of the same age?
Learn these answers and more by taking the Metabolism Myths and Facts quiz! I scored in the 70s, so I could have done better, but I did learn some interesting facts.
Pounds off since December 2009= 35lbs. At this rate, it will be years until I reach goal, so I hope you don't mind having me around for a spell.
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2 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Myths and Facts about MetabolismWhat kind of diet helps your metabolism? How many calories minimum should you take in to keep from slowing it down? Why is it harder for more mature women to lose weight than a man of the same age?<br /> <br />Learn these answers and more by taking the <a href="http://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/rm-quiz-truth-about-metabolism">Metabolism Myths and Facts</a> quiz! I scored in the 70s, so I could have done better, but I did learn some interesting facts.<br /> <br />Byroney
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