Thursday, August 13, 2009
7:33 AM by dody ·
Many people prone to weight loss with good intentions to keep out until they reach their goals. In fact, they intend to lose those unwanted pounds for good without seeing them again. So how is that so many people to lose weight only to gain it all over again? And why is that so many people are frustrated and quit before they even try to lose weight?
Of course, diet to lose weight is a little planning and some can stay with her, but a large part of why many people seem to be in a perpetual diet, but never seem to lose weight often has less to do with his desire to want to do and more to be victims of some common mistakes that a regular diet. Here are some of these errors and some solutions for them.
A big mistake that dieting is the assumption that certain foods can be consumed in large quantities of food as fat. You have to understand that the fact that a food is fat-free does not mean it is calorie free. When you consume more calories than you use, you win, not lose weight.
Many people who tried one of the many low-carb diets out there thought I could eat as much as I wanted, as long as the food they had eaten little or no carbohydrates. This way of thinking is wrong. It is still a matter of controlling the size of your party that makes the difference. To monitor your overall caloric intake each day is essential to a good plan for weight loss.
Another mistake that is made using a diet is to expect too much too soon. In reaching the conclusion that you want to lose 30 pounds, this is a realistic goal. When you decide you want to lose those 30 pounds in a month, this is not a realistic goal. Maybe your 25th high school reunion is coming and wants to be able to fit into that dress or suit that took 25 years ago.
This is only possible if you take the time to allow you to successfully achieve that goal. Weight loss is best done in 1-2 pounds a week, not 1-2 pounds a day, so set a small goal of say 5-7 lose pounds in a month, then another similar target and so on, to reach its ultimate goal.
Not eating enough is another common error to make a diet. The fact is that if you eat too few calories, your metabolism will slow down and enter into what is known as "starvation mode." This promotes the conservation of the major fats for their survival and possible weight loss, therefore, come from the breakdown of muscle tissue, not fat! For the average adult female is not recommended to consume below 1000 calories and the average adult male should not consume fewer calories below 1200 under the direction of your doctor.
One of the biggest mistakes that a diet is, by far, the planning of how to keep their weight down once they lose it. Often people make the mistake of going on a "miracle" super diet that promises weight loss, and although such diets are very dangerous and I fully recommend them, some people actually do lose weight on them. The problem is, these diets are designed to end at some point (which is a good thing since it would probably make the obituaries with a prolonged stay on these diets). That means you can resume their old habits when it's over which means the return of all those who lost weight in the diet.
Of course, getting some exercise is a key part in successful weight loss, but the development of a well thought out meal plan designed to stay with you for the rest of his life is the real key to having more weight and keep it out forever. Be careful not to get caught making the mistakes mentioned here and you'll have a better chance of success in weight loss.