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Leading Weight Loss Myths

Author : Devin Kerans

There are lots of myths around what can and cannot help you to lose excess body fat, but how can you tell which are genuine and which are false?
To assist you recognise which are genuine and make sure your fat loss plan is a success, we have reviewed 5 of the leading fat loss myths which are currently floating around the market.
Myth 1: Ingesting fat free foods can help you shift weight
Even though keeping to a low fat diet can help you to get rid of those excess lbs, dieticians advise against cutting fat out of your food completely as it can trigger obesity and diabetes.
Alongside being required for your health (making sure that your brain, heart and other organs are functioning at optimum capacity); consuming some fat can also be helpful for weight loss as it suppresses the hormone in your system which makes you feel hunger, whilst also creating peptides that make you feel satisfied.
Myth 2: Dietary drinks, smoothies and juice detoxes are helpful for dieting
Nutritionists have discovered that fizzy drinks, juices and smoothies (especially those that contain sugar) can actually trigger weight gain as they cheat your body into believing it has consumed fewer calories than it has.
Similarly dietary drinks can also trigger weight gain as the artificial sweeteners they are made up of can enhance hunger for calorie-dense foods.
Myth Three: Energy bars can encourage weight loss
Energy snacks are basically processed foods which are easily taken into your system. Therefore they don't require as much energy as raw foods to be broken down, making them a poor alternative for proper foods.
Myth 4: Grazing on food all the time will boost your metabolic rate and trigger fat loss
Although you should never deprive yourself of food, especially if you are wanting to lose weight, nibbling all day can be equally dangerous.
The problem with snacking is that it confuses the body's internal food clock making it difficult to spot hunger cues. In addition by snacking, even on good foods, there is a chance that you'll eat more than your suggested calorie intake.
Myth 5: You can eat whatever you want as long as you train regularly
Working out is essential to losing excess lbs; however if you are consuming a lot of calorie dense meals, then this can lessen the quantity of calories you used up whilst exercising. The key to losing weight successfully is to control your food sizes and exercise often. Exercise can help to manage your cravings and keep your weight manageable.
For natural risk free weight loss, it is always recommended that you include consistent exercise with a nutritious dietary plan; however if you are finding it difficult to trigger your fat loss, then taking a quality dietary capsule can help.

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