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A Doctor Lays Out the Perfect 12-Week Diet Plan to Lose Weight and Feel Amazing

7 days ago   |   By PopSugar

For pretty much anyone on the planet, the hardest part about losing weight is changing your diet. There are so many different paths to cleaning up what you eat, and there's no one-size-fits-all rule. To help you navigate the weight-loss waters, we spoke to Dr. Luiza Petre , a weight-loss and weight-management specialist and board-certified cardiologist, and she laid out the ultimate 12-week diet plan to help you lose weight and feel your very best.
There are three cycles to this plan, and each of them are laid out ahead. Let's get started!
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How Much Cardio Should You Do Per Week For Weight Loss? An Expert Weighs In

How Much Cardio Should You Do Per Week For Weight Loss? An Expert Weighs In

7 days ago   |   By PopSugar

When it comes to losing weight, you already know that exercise is an important factor in the weight-loss process, along with eating well, managing stress , and getting enough sleep. And while cardio and weight training can both lead to weight loss, getting your heart rate up and sweating will certainly burn calories and help you achieve your goals.
But how much cardio should you be doing each week to see the number on the scale drop? Jim White, RD, ACSM, and owner of Jim White Fitness and Nutrition Studios , told POPSUGAR you should be doing 300 minutes of cardio a week.
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