5 reasons you should avoid extreme weight loss diets

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Healthy Lifestyle and Wellness Living

 

5 unhealthy body changes due to extreme weight loss diets

 

Extreme weight loss diets control sugar levels apparently but deny you the needed daily calorie

Over the years, in the perspective of ‘Healthy Lifestyle and Wellness Living’ people have come up with some pretty extreme diets – eating lean, non-fried meat, water, eggs, vegetables, and just a tiny bit of bread or fruit. as a way to lose weight as quickly as possible. And apparently reduce blood sugar levels and support long-term blood sugar control but the diet plans are not nutritionally balanced and these foods, whatever their combination, are unlikely to contain enough calories to get through the day.

In short, extreme diets can help move the needle down on your scale, but they’ll likely also make you feel sluggish, moody, nauseated, and achy.

 

Unhealthy body changes associated with extreme weight loss diets

Do away with extreme weight loss diets other you will experience these unhealthy body changes:

 

1. Muscular breakdown

Research shows that when you lose weight fast, you lose about three times more muscle than you would if you took things slowly. So, even if you’re losing weight, your physique probably isn’t looking much better.

For every 100% of slow-and-steady weight loss plan, 75% of it is from fat, and 25% is from a combination of water and muscle.

Meanwhile, if weight loss is extremely fast, the muscles of the heart can atrophy. Extreme low-calorie liquid diets, for instance, have been linked to ventricular arrhythmias and death.

 

2. Dehydration

An extreme ‘crash’ diet is just an illusion with no evidence suggesting it actually works at all as you lose water from your body rather than weight. So when you burn through all of your glycogen, the adjoining water exits the body.leading to dehydration with symptoms include headache, fatigue, and dizziness.

 

3. Desire for more calories in foods

As you go on with your extreme diet program be it a detox or cleanse diet, your body will trigger the desire for more calorie foods you haven’t had for quite a long time.

 

4. Slowing down of the rate of metabolism

With less muscle as a result of the extreme diet, your metabolic rate (the number of calories you burn at rest) automatically drops. That means you burn fewer calories walking, talking, and even exercising. This tends to keep your metabolism rate malfunction for a reasonable number in your weight loss program.

 

5. Spike in blood sugar level

Having an insufficient supply of carbohydrates, protein, fat, and fiber throughout the day will keep your blood sugar and insulin levels steady and the regular influx of high-sugar, low-fiber juice, depending on the extreme diet plan you are following can cause your blood sugar levels to spike and quickly drop, which may cause you to feel extremely hungry a few hours later.

Also, extreme diets are associated with yo-yoing, or gaining back all of the weight that was lost on the diet. Research has it that these fluctuations in weight may contribute to insulin resistance and potentially Type 2 diabetes.

 

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