I Recently Decided To Work Toward A Healthy Weight. I’ve Always Had A Quick Metabolism. I Visited A Dietition. She Gave Me Guidelines But I Gained More Quickly Than She Said I Would. Is This Normal? My Diet Has Changed Very Little And I’m Scared.

Your Body Is Likely Trying To
janurse427 – 10/11/2010 – 18:42

Your body is likely trying to heal itself, and if you are eating well, and not dieting, your weight will settle where your body needs to be. If you have dieted in the past, you will gain weight more easily at first, until your metabolism speeds up. Please take care of yourself and seek professional help.


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