Weight Loss Tip 12 How Starving Your Body Can Make You Gain Weight

Weight Loss Tip 12 How Starving Your Body Can Make You Gain Weight



No,​ that title is​ not a​ typo.

One of​ the​ things that makes people not get the​ weight loss results that they want is​ that they may occassionally be starving their bodies.

There are two basic ways that this can happen. One is​ for it​ to​ be done inadvertently---like when you just get busy and forget to​ eat.

Another is​ when you purpose deprive your body of​ food to​ try and "speed up" your results.

Regardless of​ how it​ happens,​ either scenario in​ this case is​ equally damaging. Although you will decrease the​ calories that you take in​ which may lead to​ some short-term weight loss,​ the​ kicker here is​ that you will be slowing down your metabolism.

What this means is​ that after the​ starving is​ over,​ your body will hold onto the​ next meal you eat for dear life,​ expecting be be starved again.

If you allow starvation to​ become a​ habit,​ you will actually be contributing to​ your own weight gain in​ the​ future.

Therefore,​ make sure that you are keeping your meals no more than 4 hours apart. as​ long as​ you do this,​ you will be supporting the​ healthy metabolism that you'll need to​ lose the​ kind of​ weight that you've committed to.

To Your Best Body,​

Lawrence Cole

Your Lifestyle and Fitness Coach
See this Weight Loss Article at​ YourBestBodyNOW.com




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