The risks of a fast diet - FITBODYUSA

728x90 AdSpace

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

The risks of a fast diet

Eye-catching advertisements, the hectic pace of everyday life, the low self-esteem and lack of willpower are pushing people to try any method to lose weight very fast! Little effort and visible results immediately, otherwise confidence begins to falter.

People who decide to approach this way towards weight loss are willing to give to their favorite foods such as pasta, bread, desserts etc, but no matter how slim, may also be deprived of everything and make a sacrifice of a few months, the important thing is to lose weight fast!

Lose weight quickly but can have adverse effects and can be harmful to your body; lose too many pounds in a short time can compromise the health of the subject because such restrictive diets don't give proper nutrient supply to which the body needs resulting in deficiencies of iron and vitamins.

fast dietIn addition, although the results are immediately visible by following a diet so we Flash a fat reduction but a greater reduction in lean body mass, i.e. the muscles. It's actually the fat "internal" or "visceral" not to shrink. Despite apparently have a thin body this excess fat has the same consequences of being overweight and with that all the risks of the case — developing diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, etc.

Quick diets are effective prohibitive initially, despite the risks as above mentioned, but, not reaching the necessary daily requirement calories, in the long term it is likely that these are a real failure because, just restarted a normal diet, the body will tend to accumulate fat in order to have a basis in the case of a new period of famine, which has already been submitted, and this will lead to the accumulation of more weight than lost.

When it comes to fast and restrictive diets typically hyperproteic diets, which are all the rage!

This type of diet is the reduction, in some cases even complete exclusion of carbohydrates. Needless to say, that are low calorie and very often below the real body's daily requirement.

With these diets you may have deficiencies in micronutrients such as vitamins and minerals, with consequences such as: mood swings, poor concentration, tiredness, fatigue, etc.

Also, if you follow for a long time, will be significant damage to the kidneys, liver, arteries and circulatory system, given the exclusive use of saturated fats of animal origin.

To lose weight healthily and well balanced and lose body fat the right media would be to lose about 1 kg per week. This is a subjective given that varies from person to person.

A balanced diet, and not aimed at losing weight fast without worrying about any damage or physical and psychological consequences that restrictive diets involve, will undoubtedly further benefits: Besides being a more sustainable diet, this will result in an improvement to the adjustment of the stimulation of hunger, an improvement from the point of view of psycho-physical capabilities, mood, proper intestinal transit, an improvement of metabolism and will have a lower risk of developing certain diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular problems.

Lose weight healthily is an act of responsibility towards themselves!

See more at:
The risks of a fast diet Reviewed by Katie Grace on Tuesday, December 24, 2013 Rating: 5 Eye-catching advertisements, the hectic pace of everyday life, the low self-esteem and lack of willpower are pushing people to try any metho...