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Can going on a diet help lose weight?

Losing weight isn't always easy. It involves the survival principle of our body, while it has little to do with laziness and willpower. When you lose your weight in a rude way or a way which is against the nature, your body will fight back naturally. Then it's impossible for you to be happy.

Being on a diet is like is like having a tug-of-war with God, which is in a no win situation. Perhaps you feel strange, since obesity comes from taking in too much calories, why does can’t weight be a basic principle? Is going on a diet in conflict with your human body?

In fact, going on a diet actively tells the body that here comes famine. At the mean time, our bodies will automatically function as below: 1. Increase the sense of hunger. 2. Reduce basal metabolic rate and the calories used each day. 3. Suck all the calories after taking in food.

Therefore, the best way to lose weight is not to stay in too much hunger. "Hunger" is a signal for your body to lower metabolic rate, and if it keeps sending the same signal, it only increases the difficulties of losing weight. If you want to lose weight, remember that don't let yourself stay in too much hunger and the calories taken in each day have to be less than 1000. Be sure to take in the kind of food that fits your body metabolic rate every 4 to 5 hours, and avoid eating until excessive starvation.
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