Questions-Answered

When you diet, does your weight loss slow down the longer you do it?

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[fc_back]Your metabolism is doing it’s job and adapting to the lower intake of the diet. This is known as 'Metabolic Adaption'.[/fc_back]
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With each diet attempt you make, do they get less and less effective?

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[fc_back]Each time you diet, your metabolism gets weaker and weaker through Metabolic Adaption.[/fc_back]
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After each diet, upon returning to normal food intake, do you have unfair weight regain?

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[fc_back]An intake that you used to maintain weight on is now too much for your weakened metabolism.[/fc_back]
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"Diets not only don't work long term, they more than likely result in more weight gain in the long run. Our metabolisms are not broken, Metabolic Adaptation to low intake is completely natural and a good nutrition plan works on improving your metabolism, not damaging it." Harry Carlon