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May 26, 2017

Hi everyone,

This week, TIME covered something that I know will be helpful to a lot of our readers: weight loss.

Little is harder than losing weight and keeping it off for good, yet many find a way. Exactly how goes deeper than diet and exercise, according to new science.

Here's some helpful advice from people like you or me—call them the real biggest losers. And here's what our experts had to say about which science-backed tips actually work.

Do you have a weight loss success story? We'd love to hear from you at health@time.com.

Be well,

Mandy Oaklander
Deputy Health Editor

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What to cook this week

Looking for a light and fresh dinner recipe? Try this healthy one from our friends at Cooking Light.

Seared Tuna with Shaved Vegetable Salad

Cooking Light/Hector Manuel Sanchez

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