During a low-calorie diet, your body usually isn’t being given enough protein to maintain its muscle. As muscle is burned for energy, it becomes more and more likely that what calories you do take in through food will be stored as fat. Rebound overeating It’s expected that you will use your willpower to overcome cravings while dieting. Yet in fact, cravings are actually the body’s way of saving itself from what it perceives as starvation and malnutrition. In the face of continued dieting, your body will continually escalate food cravings until they’re too loud to ignore.
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Dieting and investing: Simple, but not easy
They need you to pay high fees and stay “tuned in” to what is nothing more than noise. The good news is that both the diet “game” and the investment game can be won by following simple strategies. You just have to have the knowledge about them and the discipline to adhere to them. When it comes to garcinia cambogia extract dieting, there are some who can succeed on their own, while others can succeed only with the help of a coach or personal trainer.
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Dieting? It’s about the portion size
Picture: Magnus D, flickr.com Related Stories How a small dress can help your diet South Africa recently celebrated National Nutrition Week which highlighted the escalating risk people face of diet-related disease. Spearheaded by the The Association for Dietetics in South Africa (ADSA), the theme for this years campaign was eat less by choosing your portion with caution! What this means is to know when you are full and how much of a certain food group you should eat. Research findings suggest that that many South Africans eat too little of certain food groups. Adventure Boot Camp dietician and ADSA chairperson Kim Hofmann says: Most people are out of tune with correct portions.
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