Many people want something for nothing. This attitude also applies to those wishing to lose body fat, gain muscle, and improve their physical fitness or sports performance. There is no miracle means to good nutrition practices. With thousands of foods to choose from, you can easily see how many diets can exist using different food combinations and dieting angles. However, upon close examination, many of these trendy diets maybe deficient in important micro-and-micronutrients. Most of these diets do not provide adequate nutrition and therefore are not meant for individuals who are on a fitness or athletic training program. Fad weight- loss diets can be too low in protein or carbohydrates, and some of them are too high in fat.They can also leave the dieter in a poor state of health, with a damaged metabolism. Typically, the weight loss from fad dieting consist of water weight, fat, and muscle mass. This loss of muscle mass is where the problem exists, because it reduces the bodies ability to burn calories. When the fad dieter has lost weight, their body has a lower capacity to burn calories. As most dieters soon return to their old eating habits, they tend to gain more weight as body fat, and can end up having a higher percentage of body fat, even if they do not return to their previous high weight.

There are over 30,000 diets available today, but there is no miracle means to good nutritional practices. in ares search for simple solutions, we find ourselves continually barraged with false information.Its because of this we spend millions upon millions of dollars each year in search of that mythical magic pill we can take and morph us into what we envision ourselves as being. Truth is, anyone can be successful at weight loss if they follow a sensible plan of consuming fewer calories than their bodies require. Since we cannot rely on the accuracy of claims made by advertisements, Science of fitness has listed some key questions that should be asked for any given nutrition program.

  • Does the program integrate physical activity?
  • Doesn’t program account for personal preferences based on lifestyle and Career?
  • How fast does the program encourage weight loss or muscle gain?
  • Does the program help change negative behaviors into positive behaviors?
  • What kind of professional support is provided?

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