Weight rebound is more than regaining weight

Everyone who goes on a diet worries about a weight rebound.

Weight rebound often happens to people who try quick and extreme diet methods. By falling by the wayside, they gain weight back. Some people go back and forth between losing weight and regaining weight, but there may be a pitfall waiting for them. This repeated loss and regain of body weight is called "weight cycling".

Especially when weight is lost only by dieting, muscles are also reduced with body fat. In addition, when weight is regained, only body fat increases while muscles remain reduced. As a result, their bodies become saggy with rolled up body fat and weakened muscles. The serious problem is that their basal metabolic rate is reduced as muscles weaken. Further, their bodies start burning less energy while gaining more weight.

DietMaster weight loss & diet method helps people avoid this worst-case scenario.

Diet without regaining weight – 300 kcal per day

Do you know how much energy you need to burn in order to lose 1 kilo gram of body fat? The answer is 7200 kcal. It takes about 3240 kcal to lose 1 pound of body fat.

If you walk very fast for twenty minutes, you burn 100 kcal. By staying away from a glass of beer or a cup of ice cream, you avoid taking in 200 kcal. So, this is the same as you expending the total of 300 kcal.

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