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After embarking on a diet or fitness regime, nothing feels more of a success than seeing the number on the scales drop. But when that figure won’t budge or, worse, goes up, it can feel hopeless. As it turns out, however, not only can weighing ourselves be demoralising, it may be misleading.


Many people get fixated by the number on theirs, when what they need to do is change their body shape and health, advises dietitian Marcela Fiuza, a spokesperson for the British Dietetic

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