The DIET Everyone Talks About
The regular low-calorie diet does not address the real cause of the imbalances in overweight people. The longer they are on a low-calorie diet, the slower their metabolism becomes. INsufficient amounts of energy are absorbed during a low-calorie diet. This limited intake of calories may initially lead to weight loss, but eventually this will cease. In fact, eventually a weight gain occurs.
The explanation to this problem is that the body adapts itself to prevent starvation. Initially the person experiences no problem surviving on a low-calorie intake, but soon their metabolic rate starts decreasing.
All burning of digestion and absorption occur at a much slower rate. Should you eat now and between the “starvation process’, the body will store all the energy as fat. Consequently it becomes a very negative experience for the dieter. The weight loss decreases systematically until the diet does not have any effect at all.
In order to lose weight and remain trim, the patient must know exactly why obesity occurs. An imbalance in their metabolism may be the result of their abnormal craving for carbohydrates. They will constantly have fatigue, hunger pains and therefore a craving to eat, especially something sweet.