YO-YO EFFECT OR YO-YO DIETING!!!!!

YO-YO EFFECT OR YO-YO DIETING!!!!!

By Palak Mittal  on: 14 February 2017
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All of us must have experienced this effect in our life. This may be due to unawareness or sometimes knowingly also..

NOW WHAT IS YO-YO DIETING???

Many of us are trying to loose weight, starts dieting (unhealthy weight loss practice) , deprive ourselves from the CARBS or NO CARBS at ALL. By this we definitely going to loss weight in a very short period of time, but as soon as we start eating normally we gain weight more than we lost. THIS IS KNOWN AS YO-YO EFFECT. As initially we loose only water weight which easily returns back when we start eating normally.
Moreover this type of dieting leads to boredom, one can never stay hungry for a long period of time.

SIDE-EFFECTS OF YO-YO DIETING!!!!

Muscle loss
General Weakness
Hairfall
Hypertension
Demotivation
Stress

WHAT IS REQUIRED TO LOOSE WEIGHT HEALTHILY?

1) Always eat a balanced diet.
2) Never skip your breakfast.
3) Never starve your body, instead eat small and frequent meals, say after every 3hrs gap.
4) Keep your body well hydrated.
5) Always watch your portion size and what you are eating, but don't stress yourself counting calories everytime.
6) Aim for healthy weight loss goals, say not more than 3-4 kgs a month.
7) Set long term goals.
8) Never starve your body. Decrease the amount of calories at a slower pace/rate.
9) Don%u2019t think of your diet plan as if you are dieting, in fact we can make it an interesting plan according to individual's like and dislikes.
Don%u2019t restrict yourself too much. Just eat healthy.
10) Have patience and dedication while losing weight.


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