Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle is not a very low calorie or starvation diet

Most people are dead wrong in the way they diet to lose body fat.

Almost every conventional diet program ever conceived has one thing in common: Extremely low calories. Nearly all of these low calorie diets produce weight loss in the beginning. The problem is, none of them work for long - it's physiologically impossible to lose fat permanently by starving yourself. The human body is simply too "smart" for this to ever work.

When you starve the fat, you also starve the muscle. When you starve the muscle, you lose muscle along with the fat. When you lose muscle, your metabolism slows down and your body enters the "starvation mode." When your body enters starvation mode, fat loss comes to a screeching halt as your body tries to conserve its energy. When the fat loss stops, you either give up (and gain back the fat you lost), or you grit your teeth and drop your calories (starve yourself) even more. If you drop your calories even more, your metabolism slows down even more. And if your metabolism slows down even more, fat loss comes to a screeching halt again. Eventually, you always end up throwing in the towel because you can't keep dropping your calories forever. It's a vicious cycle. You just can't win the very-low-calorie-diet game.

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