Are low-calorie diets generally recommended for weight loss?
A traditional low-calorie diet recommends between 800 and 1500 calories a day combined with regular exercise. They may offer tremendous results in the first few weeks, but they are not generally recommended for the long-term due to the low calorie recommendations. You should never undertake a low-calorie diet without first consulting your doctor or qualified nutritionist.
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