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Why Dieting Doesn’t Work

The diet industry takes in about 60 billion dollars a year, with most of those diets are just passing fad diets. Your mind and body immediately begin to rebel when you go on a diet, that’s why they don’t work. You begin thinking and focusing on food, hormones will be released making you hungrier and your metabolism slows down to accommodate the decrease in calorie intake. The best thing to do is balance your eating as well as exercise, and avoid dieting.

Key Takeaways:

  • Every year, millions of Americans attempt to lose weight on some type of diet.
  • What is really unfortunate is that when people regain the weight, the diet itself is rarely blamed for being ineffective.
  • What these companies and industries don’t tell you is that diets are practically destined to fail and it’s only a matter of when.

“Weight loss strategies are only effective in the short-term for most people.”

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