“The Myth of Low-Calorie Dieting for Weight Loss Exposed”

(Complete Article in NaturalNews) “Anyone who has tried to lose weight has heard the age-old formula: eat less, exercise more. This is intended to create a calorie deficit, where the body is using up more than it’s taking in. The idea is to coerce your body into burning stored fat, but for many people low-calorie dieting ends up burning them out long before the fat is gone. This is not because of a lack of self-control or willpower. It happens because the very fundamentals of low-calorie dieting are downright wrong.”

“For people trying to lose weight by cutting calories, food suddenly becomes the enemy instead of a means to genuine health. Hunger pangs become a sign of success instead of a sign the body is craving nourishment. This kind of twisted reality – a world where we desire starvation to maintain a healthy weight – is contributing to modern disease and misery.”

“Many people who have been on low-calorie diets experience side effects like fatigue, depression, hair loss, dry skin, poor memory, difficulty concentrating, mood swings, irregular menstrual cycles and a lack of interest in sex. Over time symptoms worsen and the body weakens until illnesses and allergies become frequent, and eventually degenerative diseases are more likely to occur. This deterioration may be fast or slow, depending on how extreme your diet is.”

I pulled these excerpts from an article in Natural news. I really see the benefits of working in a way that uses your body’s natural mechanisms to drop weight safely and rapidly without starving yourself.

Greg Arnold
http://www.greg-arnold.com


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