Many people can’t really associate dieting with gaining weight. The question “Can dieting make you fat”? The answer that many have a hard time believing or do not clearly understand is YES dieting can in fact cause a person to gain weight. If an individual is on a mission to lose weight there are instructions that one must take in order to be produce successful results. Exercising, medical health check up, taking vitamins, consistency, discipline, and understanding how the human body works with exercising are very important to know before beginning a workout plan.
Many people diet and exercise because they have the desire to want to lose weight, but at times losing weight is not always the primary result and then people become discouraged. The reason for that may be that the individual may be dieting incorrectly therefore before dieting the first thing that an individual should is check with his/her physician to verify the proper kind of diet plan they should be on because every human body reacts differently to different methods of exercise or dieting. A physician should be consulted so that they can provided the best plan possible after a physician is consulted and a dieting plan is received the structured plan has to be followed. In the article Dieting and Weight Loss by Dr. Marlyn Glenville PhD she states that Dieting can in fact make you gain weight the reason being that the body is adjusting itself to the food that it is being fed and living off of it slowly. Dr. Glenville states “As you reduce your food intake to lose weight, your body put itself on 'famine alert'. It gets the impression that food is scarce and therefore it slows down your metabolism to get the best use of the small amount of food it is receiving”. “Starving” the body meaning not to completely stop eating but to eat less and less it strengthens the possibility of the individual gaining weight because your body will still continue to slowly move off of the...
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