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Is unintentional weight loss not actually due to dieting something to worry about?

I am not trying to lose weight. I am not dieting. I don’t notice anything different in my eating habits.

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3 Responses to “Is unintentional weight loss not actually due to dieting something to worry about?”

  1. Audrey said:

    well yes and no ….i mean it could just be ur body and hormones thats letting you lose all this weight and yes cuz if you start to lose too much weight then that could be really bad for u so if you lose too much weight go to the doctors and get checked out..good luck! =)

  2. Cindi W said:

    Yes. Unintentional weight loss can be from anything from a thyroid disorder (hyperthyroidism) to diabetes.

    My brother had lost 15 lbs in 3 months and was not on any diet. He had Hodgkin’s Disease. He is cured and feeling healthing.

    Any unexplained weight loss needs to be presented to your doctor. He will run the appropriate blood work and other tests to rule out any disorders.

    Another cause of unintentional wt. loss is Depression.

  3. Tigran Kh said:

    Hello
    Some interesting new research by a doctor has identified several species of parasites and a specific type of goopy plaque that if left in your bowels makes you fat, bloated, developing a pouch and spare-tire belly.

    This is the cause of people‚Äôs obesity — fortunately, this research also reveals how to stop it. It further explains that the same cause of why people get fat is also the same reason why people eventually get sick and die prematurely — often cutting off years from their lives (not to mention the quality of their lives).

    People who flush these parasites out, often report rapid weight losses up to 100 lbs or more — and without changing a single thing about their diets. Not that you need to lose anywhere near that amount… but it does prove how well it works.

    More information there http://www.thefatlosssecret.blogspot.com/




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