Does Metabolic Confusion Work for Weight Loss?

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No matter how many inspirational before and after photos you may come across on social media, losing weight in a healthy way that works can seem like an impossible feat. Sure, there’s no shortage of fad diets out there, but almost all of them are not only impossible to stick with long-term but they’re pretty miserable to follow in the short-term too.

If you’re searching for a healthy way to lose weight, you might have come across the term metabolic confusion—a way of eating that “tricks” metabolism into working in your favor. Could this be the solution you’re looking for, or is it too good to be true? Before giving it a try, there’s some important information health experts want you to know.