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Staying On Your Diet When The Scale Won't Budge

Wouldn't it be great if your weight loss program never reached the plateau?

Should you lose 2 pounds each week even if you cheat a little?

Remodeling your body, losing inches takes a while to finish the course. If you've tried different diets, abstained from rape, or tried weight-loss pills, your body's metabolism takes time to recover. Whenever you limit calories, your body assumes that you can't eat anymore, and it slows down your metabolism. If you've been overweight in your diet, you may have severely damaged your control of your metabolism.

It can happen to anyone. A man who lost more than 100 pounds actually had a plateau that lasted for six months, before the pounds and inches began to come back! (He is determined to stay on his plan no matter what). Most people will not experience stubborn highlands. Here are some tips to help you

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Key point: muscle weighs more than fat! Especially if you work hard as part of your routine, you are building muscle. So you may see weight gain, or slower weight loss, but your clothes are better!

Find other ways to measure your progress:

Infant / Body Measurement: Size of clothing, waist, hips, neck, chest or chest, arms, fits your favorite outfit. Are you starting to see some abs again?

Performance: more endurance during exercise, doing higher levels, jumping higher, running longer, running faster, playing better

Moods and Attitudes: energy levels, attitude and viewpoint, keep track of how often you feel drowsy during the day, boost your confidence

Health: blood pressure, cholesterol levels, blood sugar levels, food cravings, sleep quality, your skin tone, no matter how your nails and hair look.

Intangibles: How you see, the praise you receive, how others respond to you. Self-confidence comes from knowing that you are proactive in your life and in control of your health.

Here are some quick tips to break down your weight loss plateau:

1) Don't cut calories. It's tempting when weight loss slows down to reduce your calories further. Don't! Reducing calories to low levels will slow down your metabolism.

2) Do you count your calorie count. Change day. If you eat 1200 calories on a Monday, eat 1500 on a Tuesday, 1200 on a Wednesday and so on. Do this for 1-2 weeks. Your metabolic rate will increase.

3) Increase the raw fruits and vegetables in your diet by 50%. This will help detoxify your body and get your metabolism "off."

4) Different from what you eat. If you eat most fish and chicken, try pork and beef. Try new vegetables. Varying diets are important.

5) Change your training.

No matter what stays on the track! Plateaus are no fun, but they are a good sign that your body is changing, healing and rebuilding itself. High altitude means your body is adjusting to a new one! You develop a lifestyle that will keep you at a healthy weight. Associate friends who will encourage you. Avoid triggering food. Be patient. The plateau will end, and the weight will begin to fall. You will always be happy that you are "fighting back" by elevating the plateau.


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