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Posted by: Janice | 2009/05/18

Winter

Hello...

I had a thought... Would it not be logical to assume that one would lose weight easier (assuming one sticks to their diet and exercise) in winter because your body has to work harder to keep warm? And if people fill up on soups wouldn' t that aid weight loss because it' s like water and veggies?

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Hi Janice

Yes, it would. In theory, that happens. Unfortunately, other things rarely remain the same and so people's exercise habits change a lot, they also tend to eat more (because we keep warm by eating and tend to have greater appetites in the cold) and the end result is that you probably don't find this.

But on paper, it's true, yes.

Ross

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