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Why Isn’t Your Diet Showing Results

By May 16, 2018No Comments

The most frustrating thing ever is when you are a exercising really hard and controlling all your food cravings for months & the needle on your weighing machine doesn’t budge even a little. Though none of the diet or workout schedules truly worked for you, so you learn something each time when you hopelessly trash your plans because they don’t even work. There are numerous factors that affect your daily calorie intake. They can be the reason that you are not able to lose weight, no matter what.  Most likely, the problem can be due to a combination of several factors.

Meal frequency :

Eating small meals often help you to avoid binge eating at mealtime but eating more increase the chances to consume too many calories. If you consume 2-3 large meals and also snack in between, try 4-5 smaller, calorie-controlled meals. On the other hand, if you have a meal every 2-3 hour and still you’re not losing weight, you may be consuming more than required calories.

You aren’t eating enough

You need to bulk up your calories to increase metabolism. When you go below about 1,300 calories per day, you are not consuming enough to get all your nutrients and your body slows your metabolism in order to hold on to calories. Usually, people assume that they’re not losing weight because they’re eating too much, therefore they eat less. this might work in some cases, but it doesn’t work in the long run.

You treat exercise with food

Burning 300 calories during a workout is obviously a cause to celebrate…but treating yourself after exercise with a high-calorie treat doesn’t add up to weight loss. You overestimate how much the workout burned off and underestimate how much you ate. Whatever amount of calories you burn you still have to keep calories consumption in check.

You’re not getting enough water

 People don’t drink enough water and get on with a high protein diet. What they don’t realize here that water plays a very important role in protein absorption. We need 3-5 liters of water in a day, with a perfect timing. Water should be consumed 20 minutes before or after a meal.

You’re not keeping track of what you’re eating

Believing that you are on a diet may cause more harm because when we think we are on a diet, we avoid a certain type of foods and end up deprived. This always leads to constant craving and making us vulnerable to more craving. Instead of this you should switch to the idea of turning healthy, and consider weight loss as a benefit of this new lifestyle. Those people who took this as a lifestyle change will be able to continue the benefits for longer.

You’re not eating whole foods

The type of food you eat is very important. Healthy foods are much more filling than their processed counterparts. The processed foods which are tagged as health foods aren’t really healthy. Stick to whole foods as much as possible.


You’re not exercising

Weight loss is 80 percent diet and 20 percent exercise, but you are slowing your metabolism just by dieting. Your weight is largely determined your BMR, the number of calories you burn just sitting on the couch all day. Therefore, the more weight you lose, the fewer calories you’ll burn per day. And also, whenever you cut calories, you lose a little muscle along with fat, since muscle is the key to stoking your metabolism, any muscle loss is counteracting your weight-loss efforts. That’s why muscle-building exercises are vital to any weight-loss plan.

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