Why Most Diets Don't Work...

dietsdontworkYou may have heard many times that most diets don't work and this fact is true.

Many people will start on a diet but the percentage that will succeed and achieve the weight loss that they desire will only be small compared to those who fail. And when they fail, most will try again or change to another diet in the hope that the next diet will work.

One of the problems that face people who are on a diet is the fact that they are constantly thinking about food. It is on their mind all the time because they are on a diet. They talk about it to others; they tell everyone they're on a diet and as a result, food becomes the main focus of their thoughts throughout the day.

Does this sound like you?

Because of this constant thinking of food, coupled with the fact that in most cases when you begin a diet the first thing you have to deal with is hunger (something too hard for most to endure) dieters often fail at achieving their weight loss goals.

The truth be told, it's really not their fault. 

No one wants to go hungry for any period of time and it is only human nature to do everything we can to ensure we get sufficient food so that we won't starve. So trying to maintain a diet that constantly leaves you feeling hungry all the time is a diet destined for failure...it's just too difficult and life wasn't meant to be that hard!

Even if you endure this period of hardship, the tendency is to get back onto the 'eating too much' bandwagon once the diet is over and the weight that was lost while on the diet gets piled back on, albeit at a far faster rate. So that weight that you might have struggled to lose over a period of months will go back on in weeks leaving you feeling more disappointed than you would have been had you never dieted in the first place.

So what's the solution?

The answer is simple: Start a program that focuses on eating smart and staying fit!

Eat moderate portions at regular intervals of fruits and vegetables (for vitamins, carbohydrates and fiber), grains (for carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and fiber), protein (for amino acids) and dairy products (for calcium, unless you're lactose intolerant). For the average person, between 2000-2500 calories per day is appropriate. Less for women, on average, and for those seeking rapid weight loss.

A balanced diet, coupled with age-appropriate, moderate and regular exercise, will lead to a healthy percentage of body fat, good muscle tone and a well-tuned system. You'll find you feel better and look look better too!

If your lookng for a program that will not only help you take the weight off but keep it off too, take a look at our Rapid Weight Loss Program  featuring the easy to use, online EZDietPlanner. Just read through some of our patient success stories and you'll be convinced our program is right for you!

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