How the U.S. and Europe Are Making the Best of a Slow Fat Loss Trend

When the United States was still struggling to find a path to success in weight loss, the idea of “going off the fat” seemed like an out-of-nowhere idea.

Fast forward to today and we’re still struggling with the same problem.

The U.K. is one of the most successful countries in the world when it comes to fat loss.

The average person lost nearly 1.5 pounds over the past decade and the UK government has declared it the country’s “best fat loss strategy” because it’s “so effective.”

And in the United Kingdom, it’s not just a matter of eating less.

We’re making the best of a slow fat loss trend, too.

The latest figures from the World Health Organization (WHO) show that the world’s fat-loss rate has more than doubled since 2010.

In the United Nations, the U,S., and other nations, the rate of weight loss has more or less leveled off.

The problem is that the way to go is to start with what the WHO calls a “fattened state.”

This means that you eat less, exercise less, and eat more.

And the WHO says that is the best way to lose weight and keep it off.

So why do countries around the world seem to be doing better than the United State?

The U.s. lost an estimated 1.2 million pounds in 2016 alone.

Meanwhile, Germany has lost more than 2 million pounds since 2014, according to WHO data.

This trend is even more impressive when you look at the percentage of adults who are overweight or obese in the U