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==== ====For Part 2 of this article, videos and more information on latest diets and weight loss programs,please download a report @http://www.smallreports.com/index.php?k=diet,%20weight_loss==== ====Diet programs you will find that there are so many programs on the market today that it is easy tobecome confused, lost and bewildered. Your friends or family may suggest certain diets orregimes that have worked for them, but be aware they may not work for you. But which one shouldI choose?In this world where we are obsessed with our weight and our looks, we are constantly reminded inthe media, in the press, and on the television in fact everywhere we go. That our body mass andbody weight is too much and that if we were slimmer we would be happier with ourselves andpossibly more successful. It all has an impact on our confidence, our personality and our lifestyle,but what are the right diet programs for you.Surfing the Internet you can see there are so many Diet programs and regimes. For examplethere is the Atkins diet, the Cambridge diet, there are diet pills, and balanced diets, three-daydiets, detox diets, soup diets, cabbage diets, diet recipes, cholesterol diets, juice diets, grapefruitdiets, pregnancy diets, dessert diets, convenient diets, and even diet Coke. Hey, there is just toomuch to choose from. But which one do I select and which one do I choose? You can spendhours and days searching for the ideal diet plan only to find out it is not the right one for you.Ninety five percent of all people that start a diet will restart with different diet looking for the "rightone " for them. So obviously the first diet did not work long term. It is a phase, it is somethingpeople are prepared to have a go at and see if they get any results, and if it does not work theymove on.Every dieter needs to educate him or herself first and foremost about what a Diet programs arehow what one will work for them. You need to set your parameters and get your guidelinesorganized.1) You need to say to yourself first, how much weight does I want to lose.2) In what time span do I want to lose this weight?3) Where do I want to lose the weight from?4) Will it affect my lifestyle and will it affect my relationships with people sharing with me theexperience of a diet plan.Once you sorted out your guidelines of what you are looking for, you need to sort out what types ofplans are out there.
There are starvation diets; which if you reduce drastically your intake of food over a short period oftime you will lose weight but will put back on as soon as you stop that diet plan. Usually on astarvation diet; you are not working at the fat content. You are actually working on the waterretention within the muscles. So you loose muscle bulk and strength which shows up on thescales as a lose in weight. But this is not fat lose only water weight.Other Diet programs tell you to reduce your calorie intake. Sounds straightforward? Everyonethinks calories are the answer, but by reducing your calorie intake, your body will adapt so theeffects would be if you reduced you calorie intake by a thousand calories a week, your body willget used to having a thousand calories less and once burned those any excess calories are selfdefeating. You are not burning the calories you thought you might have had. Your body isadapting to fewer calories. Result, you dont lose weight. But reach a weight plateau from whichyou will not be able to any further.More plans include the Atkins diet or the Ornish diet created by a heart surgeon and cardiologist.The Atkins diet was introduced to reduce weight rapidly in obese people or overweight peoplebefore heart surgery. Yes it works. But again, the plan would mean eating certain meats orcertain food groups and cutting out others. Interesting enough, you can eat plenty of one kind offood like meat, but you wont be able to find the extra supplements and vitamins of a normalbalanced diet and will have to take supplements instead to boast your vitamins.Cabbage soup diet does work. Dieters mainly stick to a water based diet of soups and fruit toreduce weight. The side effects may be headaches as your body detoxifies taking out the toxinsand wastes that has been left in your body and had not been able to flush out. The water baseddiet takes out those toxins making you feel healthier increasing the awareness of your taste budsonce you finish your diet. Your food cravings will reduce, but it does have side effects such asheadaches. It is not recommended for any period of time more than seven days. It is only for aquick fix route to losing weight especially for those occasions such as your first date or a weddingoccasion.If you would like to know more on diet plans or dieting, click on the links below for some successfuladvice.Elaine Olden is a well known author on Dieting and Nutrition, for more information click on:Dieting [http://www.real-marketing-ideas.com/dieting.html]Slimming techniques [http://www.real-marketing-ideas.com/cut_sugar.html]Cutting the Carbs [http://www.real-marketing-ideas.com/cut_carbs.html]Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Elaine_Olden
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