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Why “Weight Loss” Should Not Be Your Goal

Currently, it is estimated that almost half of the adult population in the United States is obese and children are slowly catching up.

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One of the most common goals in industrialized and modern societies is weight loss. Since the early 1990s, obesity has been on a steady increase for the past few decades. Currently, it is estimated that almost half of the adult population in the United States

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Personal stories on health, relationships, and a holistic approach to happiness. Wholistique is about Growth not Change. We DO NOT want to fix You because You are not broken. We want to shift your perception of reality and to empower you with the proper tools to navigate life.

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