If You Are Sick And Tired Of Being Confused
Most people who read my articles and Kirstie Alley Weight loss know me as a science guy who likes to quote studies and apply research to everyday problems such as weight loss, bodybuilding, and other health/fitness related topics. However, sometimes you have to step back from the science and look at the big picture to help bring people back into focus, so they can see the forest for the trees, so to speak.
You should be under no illusions this is another quick fix, "lose 100 lbs. in 20 days," guide of some sort. However, if you are sick and tired of being confused, tired of taking the weight off only to put it back on, and tired of wondering how to take the first steps to deciding the right diet for you that will result in permanent weight loss, then this is the article that could change your life…
Does your diet pass "The Test"?
What is the number one reason diets fail long term; above all else? The number one reason is...drum roll...a lack of long term compliance. The numbers don't lie; the vast majority of people who lose weight will regain it - and often exceed what they lost. You knew that already didn't you.
What is a diet?
A diet is a short term strategy to lose weight. Long term weight loss is the result of an alteration in lifestyle. We are concerned with life long weight management, not quick fix weight loss here. I don't like the term diet, as it represents a short term attempt to lose weight vs. a change in lifestyle. Want to lose a bunch of weight quickly. Heck, I will give you the information on how to do that here and now for no charge.
Nope. Will the weight stay off once you are done with this diet and are then forced to go back to your "normal" way of eating. Not a chance. Will the weight you lose come from fat or will it be muscle, water, bone, and (hopefully!) some fat The point being, there are many diets out ther that are perfectly capable of getting weight off you, but when considering any eating plan designed to lose weight, you must ask yourself.