Monthly Archives: January 2014

We’re Either Dieting Less Or Lying About Our Diets More

Okay, you get a free pass on that one. But the daily slog of dieting all that calorie counting and dessert skipping and cardio bingeing? That’s not at all chic. But oh, dissembling ladies (and men) of America, we are onto you. We know what you’re up to when you order the organic sprout salad with dressing on the side, and it is not reconnecting with your Paleolithic ancestors.
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Dieting makes you fatter

And yet, every January, masses of intelligent people will fall hook, line and sinker for the claims of some aggressive new weight-loss manifesto. And so a timely title among 2014’s crop of eating plans is Why Diets Fail, jointly penned by John Talbott (who usually writes about finance) and Nicole Avena, a neuroscientist working on the controversial hypothesis that sugar is clinically addictive . The pair teamed up after Talbott kicked his sugar habit and felt he had found a permanent “magic cure” for not only being overweight, but also lethargy, snappiness and anxiety. Instead of a diet, the book offers a slow-burn programme for overcoming sugar dependency, while its opening chapters provide more weight to the growing public acceptance that conventional diets don’t work. We shouldn’t wholly blame ourselves when we crash out of a diet, say the authors, partly because: “Just being on a diet sets you up for failure.” Saying that you are going on a diet implies that you will come off said diet at some point; you just need to tough it out for a bit and then you can get back to normal – in other words, consuming more calories than you expend.
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No Dieting, No Exercise and Garcinia Cambogia Still Manages Weight Loss

Clinical trials have shown that HCA present in garcinia cambogia inhibits an enzyme that converts carbohydrates into fat in the body. This prevents fat production within the body. Less fat produced means less fat accumulated. The most incredible part of the study is that the subjects were able to lose weight even without any change in their diet or garcinia cambogia exercise says a ReduceFlab.co.uk spokesperson. Though garcinia extract is an excellent weight loss remedy, combining it with raspberry ketones can deliver even faster and better results.
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