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Yo-Yo Effect...harms the body

Every future diet can perpetuate this downward cycle of muscle loss; the chronic dieter may change their percentage of body fat over time from 25% to 35-40%. 

Surprisingly, the scale may not show large amounts of weight change. Muscle burns up more calories than fat and chronic dieting makes you lose a large percentage of what helps you keep trim.

This Yo-Yo effect of losing and regaining can harm the body. It is better to never have dieted at all than to keep losing and regaining the same 10 - 20 pounds.


Lower the metabolism

As you can see, people who diet often can lower their metabolisms enough to decrease their caloric needs. This can be done in two ways: 

First, a diet of less than 1000-1200 calories can actually cause a starvation-like state and force your body to conserve calories. The body will cut back its caloric needs to survive. Therefore, you won't lose more in the long run on a 500-calorie diet than you would on one above 1000 calories. This starvation state can lower the metabolism for as much as one year.

Second, crash dieting can change the body's composition. Let's say you lost 10 pounds in two weeks. Most of that weight was water (5 pounds), some was fat (3 pounds) and the rest was muscle (2 pounds). 

 

 


The Diet is the Failure...Not You!

Diets in general make you more efficient at storing calories in your fat cells. As already mentioned above, but because it is so important, diets slow down your metabolism, making it more difficult to lose weight and easier to gain. 

Also, muscle mass is used for energy on a diet. The less muscle and the more fat is on your body, the lower is your metabolism and caloric needs. The result - you need less calories to maintain your weight, and you gain weight twice as quickly.


 
 

 

Diets are negative, restricting, and depriving. Diets are all or nothing - they cause you to either fast or binge, there is no in-between. You always crave and overeat those foods you restrict.

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