Restrictive Dieting Harms Your Health In Seven Major Ways

‘Pregorexia’: Extreme dieting by moms-to-be

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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“It did not register to me like, ‘OK, now I need to start trying for this baby,'” said Baumann. “I was like, ‘Oh well, I won’t go to the gym … I’ll just go and exercise somewhere else. I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing but not really.'” It was her secret. No one knew about the extended workouts, the calorie restriction, the eating disorder behaviors she battled throughout her life and now again as a mom-to-be. No one knew how horrible she felt about herself.
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Dieting: Timing of meals matters

It is also more likely that you may overeat with other meals. Studies have shown that those who skip meals are pure garcinia cambogia more likely to binge on junk food, and also perform less efficiently at work. People who skip breakfast have 10 to 15 percent lower metabolism than those who eat a high complex carbohydrate, moderate-protein, low-fat breakfast. Remember that the body always burns a combination of carbohydrate and fat for energy.
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