The Fat On Dieting In The New Year

These are the very same triggers for restricting food and for binge-purge cycles. With the pressures on young people rising, there’s little reason to think that all forms of turning to emotional eating or controlling food will diminish. That bodes well for the diet industry but not for the rest of us. So a word to the wise — resist the urge to “diet.” Read the research… diets don’t work; they make matters worse. Modifying how you eat and maintaining the changes is fine and makes sense.
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Dieting? It’s about the portion size

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Restrictive dieting harms your health in seven major ways

Another hallmark of serotonin deficiency, obsessiveness, is linked to the development of eating disorders. Nutrient deficiency Low-calorie diets are low in both macronutrients – fat, protein and carbs – and micronutrients, or vitamins and minerals. One symptom of vitamin B1 deficiency, for example, is loss of appetite, while deficiency of the mineral zinc is expressed as both loss of appetite and the lack of enjoyment of foods without strong, sweet, salty or spicy tastes. A weakened appetite may pave the way for anorexia, while zinc deficiency may also result in avoidance of healthful foods like fruits and vegetables that are abundant in nutrients. Addictions Without consuming enough food to properly fuel your body, dr oz garcinia cambogia you may be tempted to turn to non-food sources of energy including nicotine, caffeine and amphetamines. These stimulants energize you by drawing on your adrenal glands, eventually burning them out.
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