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What Really Works For Weight Loss?

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What Really Works For Weight Loss?

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What Really Works For Weight Loss?

What Really Works For Weight Loss?

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Books, magazines and experts of all stripes claim to have the solution for your weight problems. Cleanses, pills, good old diet and exercise — what really works to drop weight and keep it off?

If you've successfully shed 30 to 50 pounds, and kept it off, tell us how.

Guests:

Adena Rosenthal, psychologist and self-professed yo-yo dieter

Susan Roberts, director of the Energy Metabolism Lab at the USDA Nutrition Center at Tufts University, and author of The Instinct Diet.