Unfortunately you're going to have to watch what you eat AND run in order to effectively lose weight. Remember, you need to create a calorie deficit of 3500 to lose 1lb. Generally, running burns 100 cals per mile. So to lose weight by running alone you're looking at 35 miles a week, which is a lot!
So I'd say keep tracking, adjust the cals to fit your increased running time, eat SMART and you'll see the weight drop off. Eating smart is the key here, of course.
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