Quick Fix Diets Often Lead to Long Term Obesity

Posted: May 31, 2014 in Uncategorized


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Quick fix diets are often like putting a band-aid on a cut that requires stitches. It may work for a time, but eventually you’ll be back to square one and with a big mess on your hands.

If you’re battling the bulge, it’s critical to resist the temptation to shed as many pounds as possible in just a matter of days. Often times those who choose that accelerated route find they’ll put all the weight back on and then some over time.

For many, the derailment of their weight loss conquest begins before they even begin the diet.

How many times have you began a diet by thinking about the big steak or ice cream you’ll eat as soon as the diet is over? That’s the first step in yo-yo dieting.


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