When it comes to the issue of fast weight loss there is one issue that must always be accorded proper consideration: the ensuring that the commitment to speedy weight loss does not place the health or overall well-being of the dieter at risk. This is an especially acute issue in regards to fad diets where the emphasis on the denial and abstinence of particular food types (such as proteins or carbohydrates) is advocated.
One of the major reasons that fad diets fail is that they put a time limit, a ticking clock, on the process meaning meaning that the dieter is forced to comply with a narrowly defined, tightly regulated diet that is highly restrictive to their daily routine. Therefore, their commitment will last for the entire duration of the fad diet, and then end.
Therefore, in order to ensure that any and all progress that is made actually remains, please ensure that you rely on the following in order to effectively and quickly lose weight in a comfortable period of time.
Reduce your sugar intake
Sugar is present in a surprising number of things, and even the likes of condiments (ketchup, mustard) contain it. Make sure that you actually check the nutritional details on the back of the food item in question in order to better allow you to make a more informed decision as to how much sugar you are actually consuming.
Of course, it should hopefully be fairly obvious that reducing your intake of refined sugar in the likes of alcohol and caffeinated fizzy drinks is also an excellent way to avoid potential problems and lose weight.
Studies have proven a clear correlation between the presence of high levels of refined sugar in the diet, and a reduction of chromium within the body. The problem here is that chromium is used to control the metabolism of the body which itself is directly responsible for the regulation of calories and the conversion of calories into fat tissue.
Another issue with refined sugar is that it is very addictive meaning that even though we have had plenty to gorge ourselves with, we end up craving more and more as time goes on. This further accentuates and continues the vicious cycle of sugar consumption, excess calorie intake, and a greatly depressed calorie burning process means that the dieter will be doomed to excess weight unless they break their sweet tooth.