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#116 - The hell happened to three?  [+] (3 replies) 04/30/2016 on Underwater Welder Greeted... 0
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#119 - saltyfries (04/30/2016) [-]
Bioshock Infinite
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#122 - Blargosnarf (04/30/2016) [-]
It's more of a side story than a sequel.
#24 - I get it!  [+] (1 reply) 04/29/2016 on Fog of war +5
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#27 - Energy in, energy out, basic physics. You brought in a lot of …  [+] (2 replies) 04/23/2016 on Tumblrina finds her... 0
#29 - anon (04/23/2016) [-]
To a degree, yes. However, our bodies are extremely good at adapting to changes, and sometimes a bit change like that doesn't help. If you make a sudden large change in your diet, it's possible that your body can "panic" and drastically lower your metabolism by reducing the energy spent wherever it can. This causes people who make drastic dietary changes to often lose little or no weight for a while and feel extremely lethargic, and then they give up.

It's actually much better to gradually reduce calories, or better yet to simply start swapping out unhealthy foods for healthy ones as you transition to a new lifestyle... And it does indeed need to be a lifestyle. "Dieting" just doesn't work long term.
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#28 - sweetellie (04/23/2016) [-]
Well I am not working out so fuck it lol