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Why do some people stop following a special diet to lose weight?

 



Everyone is on some kind of diet these days, don't they? Everyone also knows that the weight they lost on a diet would return, maybe with a few additional pounds attached, the moment they quit dieting. Most individuals dream of losing weight only once and having it stay off for good.


It is possible, after all.


"STOP DIETING!" I'm come to inform you. Why? Because food is important. We shouldn't deny ourselves this simple pleasure. Instead, we should consume according to our own preferences and dietary demands, as well as the needs of our bodies as a whole.


As far as I can tell, yes. Yes. Because we see it every day, we know. Many of our patients have reported seeing a dramatic reduction in their cholesterol and/or triglyceride levels after we teach them how to eat properly. This has happened in as little as 28 days, and all they've done is eat better. They've also reported feeling better and having more energy, and this has happened in as little as 28 days.


Straw-sucking isn't something most people like doing. That is, unless they prepared the dinner personally, and it was done to their satisfaction. In addition, the majority of individuals are looking for something that is straightforward. As far as I can tell, there is nothing more simple than consuming food. When it comes to eating, why not do it the right way?


Food has a lot of baggage in our society. Some of it is beneficial, such as when we use it to celebrate, or we just enjoy the taste and scent of it for its own sake. Some of it, like guilt and reward, is useless. For the sake of argument, let us consider food as a type of data. That's what it is to the body: information that the brain utilizes to help it develop, mend, and sustain itself. For example, fat molecules go to the brain to repair cells while carbs go to the muscles for energy. The brain knows exactly where and when each molecule should be sent. Every every molecule you consume has an impact on your overall health and physical appearance. We are, after all, what we consume.


Red blood cell health was predicated on your eating habits three months earlier. What you do today shapes your bones, skin, and internal organs for the rest of your life.


The power of food cannot be understated. It's good for you. There you are. You'll be in command if you know how to eat properly. "Dieting" will no longer be necessary. Instead, you'll be the proud owner of a meal plan.










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