Men's Journal

How to Look Good Shirtless Without Working Out

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If you can’t seem to get yourself to the gym, pavement, or trail, there’s still hope for you to lose weight before summer hits. But it’s not found in a pill you saw in a late-night infomercial. At the most basic level, dieting to lose weight means cutting calories. Maintaining protein intake helps spare lean muscle mass, too. What’s left? Cutting out added sugars, refined carbohydrates, and highly processed and saturated fats. Here are 10 swaps you can make every day that, when tallied weekly, may help you lose up to four pounds per week.