From all the different persistent methods for achieving your successful weight loss goals, the worst one of them all is by following a starving diet. Starving diets basically consist on taking away mostly everything you could possibly imagine when it comes to meals, and people who follow these types of diets often find themselves in a situation where, even if they are losing weight gradually, they are also losing their strength, happiness and comfort.
A starving weight loss diet is really bad for your health as well, not only because your body will not get enough nutrients to make it through each day, but also because (due to this same nutrients restriction process) your body will fiercely fight to cling on to the last gram of fat that you have, which means that you will not see results until you are really at the verge of getting real sick.
Starving diets are not a good way to achieve your weight loss goals, and the worst part about them is that your body will gain its former fat amount at the first hint of breaking the diet, and here is why: Whenever you try a starving weight loss diet, your body will have a very hard time trying to adapt to this very kind of life, which means that it will enter into survival mode. Survival mode consists on getting the most out of every meal, so you can expect to gain a few pounds at first, and when you gradually start to lose them is because your body can not take the punishment anymore. At the first hint of breaking the diet, your body will absorb more than you can possibly imagine, fat included, so when you break your diet for at least 2 weeks you will regain your former weight and you will probably gain a little more.
So you see, starving weight loss diets are no good, no matter what approach you take with them. The best way to reach your weight loss goals is to watch what you eat, but never cut off your nutrients supply. Just try to gradually reduce the amount of calories you ingest, and some exercise; you will not only experience one of the healthiest weight loss methods available today, but you will also experience the living of a healthier and richer kind of life, take it from someone who's been there, there is no comparison.[ad_2]
Source by Jean Lam