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    Can fitness and weight loss achieve at the same time?
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    liyinhui2013 posted:
    Can fitness and weight loss achieve at the same time? Will having protein affect the process of weight loss? Should I do weight loss first and then do fitness?
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    jadenmiller responded:
    Fitness and weight loss are not different processes. They are inter related , when you loose weight, your body becomes more and more fit. Protein helps to reduce your fat. Do regular exercise and take healthy and balanced diet to get optimal results. Weight loss supplements also provide you with sufficient vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients, which are required by the body to retain an overall good health while the fat burning process.



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