The idea that you need to eat less to lose weight makes total sense.
Eating too much leads to weight gain, so you need to eat less to lose weight… it makes sense.
Well, sort of. It's a bit more complicated than that.
For one thing, what about the people you know who started dieting, cut calories and lost some weight. Then the weight loss slowed down, so they cut calories again and lost a little more. The whole process gets less and less effective and eventually they are eating almost nothing but staying the same weight.
And if they eat a little more they BEGIN TO GET HEAVIER! These people have become victims of CHRONIC DIETING!
These people have become victims of CHRONIC DIETING!
If you want to get lighter, what you may really need is to change the QUALITY and QUANTITY of your food, and then look at other factors affecting weight loss like hormone health, stress, medications, toxicity and others.
If you get the quality AND quantity thing right (this means eating the right number of calories from the RIGHT TYPES OF FOOD), and you don't lose weight then you likely have a problem relating to another factor.
What you don't want to do is end up in the situation where you are eating less and less and not making progress, because it's pretty tough to come back from a situation where your brain thinks it's in a famine. If you get to this point, your brain will “prevent you from dying” by preventing any further weight loss.
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