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Turtle doves and partridges in pear trees are all well and good, but an even better gift to focus on during the 12 Days of Christmas is how to stick to your diet throughout it all. With parties, cookies, and grandmothers insisting that we haven’t had enough of her heavy (yet soooo delicious) dinner to eat – even after two helpings of everything – it can be difficult to stay on top of a weight control strategy. Nutrition, fitness and sleep all just seem to fly out the window! Not this year!
If you’re already working on a goal of sustained weight loss, then give yourself a pat on the back because you may be doing something exceptionally good for your health. If you are overweight or have obesity, then you may know that you are at an increased risk of cardiometabolic disease such as type 2 diabetes.
Increasingly, doctors are letting go of recommending one specific eating strategy and are turning to recommendations of what you feel is an easy diet you can stick to. It’s all well and good to have a program that promotes the fastest weight loss or the best nutrition but unless you’ll keep it up over time, it won’t do much for you.
Is it possible to drink coffee on a fasting diet without messing with your results? Is it even safe to consume caffeine when you’ve been running on empty for a while – or intend to? These are some of the most common questions people ask as they consider an intermittent fast strategy.
Do you know the difference between losing weight and burning fat? Is the bathroom scale your only measure of your progress? We’ve been instructed to weigh ourselves for so long that many of us don’t realize that there is a lot more going on in our bodies than gaining and losing fat.
Can a pre-workout beverage really make that much of a difference to your performance and results? Does the specific choice of drink really change much? Is a cup of coffee, for example, better than a glass of water? What about all those products being sold at the gym?
When you’re gaining weight for no reason, particularly when you’ve been trying to lose, it can be more than just a little bit frustrating. After all the hard work you’ve put into making the right changes and keeping them up, getting the opposite outcome to what you wanted can make you want to give up on the spot.
The saying “beauty knows no pain or inconvenience” never rings truer than when we think over some of the scary diet programs for weight loss that have become popular fads at various times in recent history.