Did you know that 8 out of 10 dieters who lose weight through dieting put the weight back on again.
Often in a very short space of time.
So why is maintaining your weight so difficult?
The longer you carry weight the harder it becomes to lose.
Its because your brain continues to reset the amount of fat it wishes to maintain, and the famine reaction keeps you craving food.
You can’t starve yourself and expect your body not to react.
So what’s happening here?
As you gain weight and overtime, your food intake increases, the signal that tells your brain that your are full becomes more adapted to the increase in food.
Meaning that it will allow more calories into your stomach before sending the signal to your brain to tell you that you’re full.
So the bigger you get, the more you will eat, and hence losing weight becomes more and more difficult.
Then there are the health contradictions.
Society in general values thinness and good health, and at the same time, it encourages us to overeat and consume more.
Often on impulse or because its convenient.
Just visit your local supermarket and you’ll notice that manufacturers who make high fat foods, also make low calorie ones.
The other reason you may be struggling to drop those pounds is because weight loss processes in general, especially dieting, only deal with the effects of weight gain…
…Not the Causes!
If you knew what was causing your weight gain in the first place, and you eliminated that, you would be able to lose weight naturally.
Makes sense doesn’t it?
If you’re trying to lose weight through starvation, (dieting) don’t be surprised when your body fights back.
It always will, and it will always win, no matter how hard you fight it.
If you’ve been dieting or trying to lose weight for months or even years, then congratulations and well done.
It shows you’re a determined individual.
But the fact that you’re reading this means your dieting or weight loss methods haven’t been all that successful.
Do you want to know why?
BECAUSE DIETS DO NOT WORK!
Perhaps, along with your dieting, you’ve tried exercising, slimming clubs, and even pills, but everything seems to have failed.
You still have unwanted fat, you can’t wear your favourite clothes, you often feel stressed, tired and fatigued, you may probably feel insecure about yourself when in social environments, hoping no one notices your the bulging around you mid section, and worst of all, you perhaps hate looking at yourself in the mirror.