The Difference Between Starvation And Healthy Diet Plans

If you’re reading this article, I’m sure you’ve tried any number of diet plans before and not a single one worked. Or maybe one worked for a while, but then you gained it all back.

There are too many options out there that simply don’t work, or won’t work over the long haul. And there is a difference between starvation and healthy diet plans. One of the biggest problems with most diet programs is simply their refusal to work with the patient rather than enforcing their ludicrous demands on them. You don’t necessarily have to reduce the amount of food you are eating when you diet.

In fact, sometimes you supplement your diet with more nutritious items, like fruits and veggies. One of the benefits to this style of dieting is that you’re not depriving yourself. If you eat chocolate ice cream a couple times a week, you’re far less likely to wind up in the kitchen at 2:30 in the morning chowing down on an entire box of ice cream.

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By denying yourself, you’re building up an appetite in yourself that will eventually blow up and end up back in the kitchen, eating way more crap than you should be. Most often, what you do with a diet is not so much losing quantities of food as it is making sure to include more quantities of healthy foods. You like cheese cake? By all means, have a slice. Don’t do it every single day after every single meal, but there is no reason you can’t enjoy your favorite dessert on a regular basis.

There are many extreme diets out there. There is one school of thought that for whatever reason believes that if you eat nothing but carrots you will somehow magically become healthier. While it is true that eating carrots is indeed healthy for you, too much of any one thing can cause serious problems. Carrots are no different – you can actually overdose on the vitamin content.

There are so many theories about quick fix forms of dieting, but how many of them stick around for a long time? Not many, if any. If a diet sounds extreme, if it sounds like it would wreak havoc on your taste buds because it’s serving you a bowl of rice with some pineapples on it three times a day, then just walk away.

Don’t bother with diets that will cause you mental anguish – stick with healthy diet plans that will perform for you over the long haul.