Fat Loss Diet Myths Manual

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4 Fat Loss Diet Myths

“I am a better person when I have less on my plate.”

No matter where you look for diet advice, chances are you've heard a few of these myths. So, how much do you really know about diets?

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**What are 4 Fat loss diet myths?

Myth 1: Carbs are bad!

Myth 2: Certain foods, such as grapefruit, celery or cabbage soup can burn fat.

Myth 3: The more I work out, the more I lose.
Fact: Exercising doesn't burn a lot of calories. For someone who weighs 125 pounds, studying for 20 minutes burns about 35 calories, doing Pilates burns about 100 calories and playing soccer about 130 calories in the same amount of time.
The only way you can lose weight is to burn more calories than you consume. All physical activity burns calories, even standing, sitting and sleeping. The more vigorous an activity, the more calories burned. To lose one pound, you must burn 3,500 excess calories 500 calories per day over the course of a week. So, if you reduce your calorie intake by 300 calories a day and increase your activity to burn 200 extra calories per day, you can expect a steady weight loss of approximately one pound per week. Gradual weight loss, about half to two pounds a week, is the best way to keep off the pounds over the long term.
Of course, exercise has a lot of other benefits besides helping you lose weight.

Myth 4: Exercise turns fat into muscle.
Fact: Fat and muscle tissue are composed of two entirely different types of cells. You burn fat and build muscle. You can lose one and gain another, but fat can never turn into muscle.

Myth 5: Twenty pounds in 20 days.
Fact: Sounds great, but here’s a reality check: It’s physically impossible to shed 20 pounds of fat in 20 days, unless you’re the size of King Kong. Fasting or liquid diets produce weight loss because your digestive tract empties. You’ll also lose muscle bad news and water. As soon as you start eating again your scale is going to go back to where you started within days. If you’re not losing fat long-term, then why even torture yourself? Losing weight at a very rapid rate more than three pounds a week after the first couple of weeks may increase your risk for developing gallstones clusters of solid material in the gallbladder that can be painful. Diets that provide less than 800 calories per day could also result in heart rhythm abnormalities, which can be fatal.
Research suggests that losing half to two pounds a week by making healthy food choices, eating moderate portions and building physical activity into your daily life is the best way to lose weight and keep it off. By adopting healthy eating and physical activity habits, you may also lower your risk for developing Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. Promises of quick weight loss lurk everywhere, but they don’t tell you that the loss never lasts.

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