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TopicTop 5 Reasons Why Diets Don't Work!

  • Thu 16th May 2019 - 7:15am

    This is why on many regular diets, people are stumped as to why they lose so little weight. I mean The Underground Fat Loss Manual  they cut their calorie count down to the bare minimum, but yet the weight still stays there. The reason why, is that your body is now storing every ounce of the stuff it can get it's little hands on. Oh and guess what when you come off the diet, your body is still in storage mode so when you have that chocolate cake, the body puts all the fat in the bank and more so than when you started your diet.

    So fasting on fruit juice can help you to loose weight, but in the long run I wouldn't even entertain it because the likely end result is you'll be back where you started. Check out some of the methods mentioned by Paul Mckenna you can find many on the net or by going to YouTube. They are actually based on common sense coupled with some extraordinary methods.

    There is an abundance of misinformation that exists when it comes to developing nutritional plans that support weight loss. The majority of people who are striving to lose weight or transform their bodies by dieting end up failing, not because they lack the motivation, but because the information they receive on how to do so is inaccurate.

    There are tons of fad diets that we have come across in the past few years that force people to make extreme changes in their diet by either excessively restricting caloric intake or by drastically cutting out certain macronutrients. These diets are not only detrimental to your metabolism, they also require a huge amount of effort.However, there is a solution that will not require you to work harder on your diet or to make drastic changes. By implementing a simple technique that is relatively easy to execute, you can make positive changes to your metabolism and to your body. This powerful technique is know as calorie cycling.

     

     

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