lose weight

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Verb1.lose weight - take off weightlose weight - take off weight      
sweat off - lose weight by sweating; "I sweated off 3 pounds in the sauna"
change state, turn - undergo a transformation or a change of position or action; "We turned from Socialism to Capitalism"; "The people turned against the President when he stole the election"
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His head swelled; sparks of fire danced before his eyes; his body seemed to lose weight, while his heels wavered in the breeze.
Book publishing company Bloomsbury has acquired world rights to Lose Weight & Get Fit by chef Tom Kerridge, literary news company The Bookseller revealed on Monday.
A weight loss expert has struck gold for the work she is doing in helping more than 100 people a week to lose weight.
Contrary to the popularly held belief that zero sugar soft drinks (Diet Soda) can help you to lose weight, the truth is that not only does the preparation doesn't help you to lose weight, it also has countless negative effects on your health.
ISLAMABAD -- The majority of people who are trying to lose weight have some areas of their body from where they specifically want to lose some inches.
You can eat ANYTHING and lose weight. Calories in vs calories out.
A WEIGHT-LOSS expert who dropped 10 dress sizes and shed 16 stone says banning foods is often counter-productive when you're trying to lose weight.
It found that more than 70% of people have tried to lose weight, with more than a third (37%) of them following a low-carbohydrate diet.
Despite their rigorous workouts, the women, who were told to eat as they normally would during the experiment, did not lose weight. Instead, results showed that nearly 70 percent of the women gained weight during the study, with most of the weight coming from pure body fat.
From 2007-2008 to 2015-2016, the age-adjusted percentage of adults who tried to lose weight during the past 12 months increased from 43.3% to 49.3%.
A Coatbridge slimming expert says there's no need for anyone looking to lose weight to go hungry.