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Whats The Best Diet Plan?

8/26 16:00:14

     Finding the best diet plan is not easy. There are so many different weight loss programs on the market. It is a good idea to find one that is suited to fit your individual needs. You also want to go on a program that's fun; without feeling as though you are on a diet. Losing weight in a way that's enjoyable for you will ensure that you stick with your program for a long time.

Many people ask, "what is the best diet plan?" Well the best diet plan is the one that feels as though you aren't even on a diet that way you will actually stick to it long term.

Low Fat Diet Plans

These diets have been around since the beginning of dieting and usually consist of cutting out fatty foods and sticking to "low fat" foods you see everywhere today. Although it sounds like a foolproof plan it just isn't.

A great example of this is if you were to eat a pound of sugar every meal you would most definitely get fatter, yet sugar has no fat calories. You would basically be eating a fat free diet but you will still gain weight.

What is more important when constructing your diet is the TYPES of foods that are combined together at each meal.

Low Calorie Diets

The really low calorie fad diets are also not the most effective plan for losing weight effectively. In fact it is among the worst ways to lose weight efficiently because it slows down your bodies natural fat burning ability. Although they can be great for quick short term weight loss it is often gained back quickly when stopped. You will also notice a quick amount of weight loss the first few days followed by a quick halt in any loss which is known as a plateau.

Serious and long term weight loss can only be achieved by giving the body the right kinds of calories at specific times of the day. This will utilize the body's natural fat burning abilities.

Low Carb Diets

Made popular by the Atkins Diet the problem with low carb menus is that they are often too strict in their carb intake which makes it very hard for the average person to follow for any length of time.

To sustain long term weight loss your body needs the correct proportion of fat and carbs to be most effective in losing and keeping weight off long term.

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