Is Dieting Worth the Trouble?
Everyone flocks to Lake Balaton to feast on the lake’s plump pike perch. Gorgeous views of the lake come with delicious plates of fish that you can have roasted, grilled or prepared Tihanyi style. Here they’re called toltott kaposzta. They’re parcels made up of pork mince stuffed into cabbage leaves with — you guessed it — lots of paprika. What’s better than wrapping pastry around a cylinder to bake over the last embers of an open fire? A heavy coat of caramel to capture cinnamon, cocoa and/or walnuts adds garcinia cambogia extract a saliva-inducing finishing touch.
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The original standard recommended by physicians was arbitrary, but you would be hard-pressed to call it lax. It was based on the Metropolitan Life Insurance Tables , which require particular weights for each height and body frame size. A medium-framed woman of average height (5 foot 5 inches) was expected to weigh about 134 pounds, and a diet would only be considered successful only if she reached that weight. The trouble is, obese dieters rarely met that goal, as it required a very large weight loss (at minimum, 46 pounds for that 5-foot-5-inch woman).
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