It is important to lose weight and maintain a healthy weight. Excess weight leads to lots of physical ailments. People adopt different means to achieve a healthy BMI (Body Mass Index).
Even though crash diets give instant weight loss results, you should be wise enough to choose ways which are good in long-term health point of view.
Diets which release less than 1200 calories per day come under crash diet.
The human body has the capacity to adapt to various changes including physical exertion, climate, food ingredients, etc.
However, changes should be effected in a gradual manner.
Abrupt changes result in negative impact and those changes will affect your overall health.
Choosing the right means to lose weight
To lose weight there are many options. Exercising, dieting and medication are some of such kind of options.
You should be able to choose the right means to shed the weight of your body.
Even though dieting brings immediate results, as soon as you stop dieting process, you will gain more weight than what you had before starting the dieting process.
Medical surgery is not advisable unless it is completely unavoidable. There are various drugs to arrest body weight.
Unlike many drugs, HCG slim 2000 works in a natural way to shed your body weight.
You are not required to take crash diet to lose your body weight when you take HCG. On the other hand, you are required to take balanced diet to take advantage of HCG.
You should ensure that the intake of calories through your food is less to get better results from HCG.
Harmful Effects of Crash Dieting
Crash dieting has many harmful effects on your body. Even though you achieve weight loss quickly, the reason for losing weight is due to dehydration.
Your body will not be supplied with enough nutrients during the phase of crash dieting which will hit your health in the long run.
As your body is deprived of nutrition and water, the metabolic rate of your body will decrease. Crash dieting will not burn fat in your body.
As soon as you stop crash diet, you will add more water to your body and you will regain weight and you will end up with more weight than at the beginning of the weight reduction program.
As long as your body is deprived of nutritious food, your body will not have the capacity to retain water.
As a result of deprivation of food and dehydration, you will not have enough strength to do physical exercises. Your heart becomes weak and you may faint or feel dizzy for little body exertions.
It is possible to shed weight without taking crash diets. You should not look for shortcuts for success and you should always target long-term results instead of short-term gains.
When it comes to weight loss, always think long term; as they say, losing weight is a life time goal. Merely doing a few push ups 2 times a week and being on diet for a few weeks won’t help.
Also I do not believe in being “on diet” since this means you can (and most likely will) switch it “off” anytime.
Let’s see how to take it slow and steady to lose weight in a healthy manner.
Balanced Diet, Exercise, Sleep Pattern are important in Weight Loss
Your body needs sufficient nutrients. By taking balanced diet you will be able to supply sufficient amounts of proteins, vitamins, minerals and fatty acids to your body.
You should eat healthy and hygienic food. Sufficient water should be consumed to speed up the digestion process.
You should avoid junk food. You should consume food which has fiber constituents.
Exercising like walking, running and jogging will help you stay fit. You should maintain sufficient hours of sound sleep.
You are advised to consult your physician or dietician who will appraise your current health status and will be able to suggest you the right course of action plan to shed weight and stay healthy.
In short, it all boils down to leading a “healthy lifestyle” – its not an ON and OFF switch that you can flip whenever you feel like losing weight.
Weight loss or having a “fit” figure should be integrated to your lifestyle!
Aim to lose weight healthily (read, slowly and consistently) rather than pushing it!
Amy Hagerup says
I think we need a multi-faceted approach to optimal weight too. In fact, i recently read that getting enough sleep is very important for losing weight! Thanks, Jane.
Yes Amy! Sleep contributes a lot to weight loss and as well as general well being! Thanks for stopping by!
Thanks for this.
I am starting to diet now, it is so hard.
I realized eating healthy is the key.
Fazal Ahmad says
you shared very nice information for weight I started the exercise and diet chart getting really effective result.
Noor Ullah jan Jan says
Crash diets are bad for you and your body. Cutting out any food groups is never sustainable and, whilst you might be motivated to lose weight and impatient enough to want to do it quickly, by day four of whatever bananas diet you’re on (hopefully not literally a diet of bananas), looking puffy sounds a lot more appealing than 24 more hours of chicken breast and spinach.
Thanks a lot for sharing information.