Friday, May 18, 2012

Before you start a low-calorie diet, you may want to know why cutting calories is the only surefire way to lose weight and why you need to commit yourself to low-calorie living for long-term success. Understanding the reasons behind what you have to do is a surer road to success than blindly jumping in. In the following sections, I compare past diet trends and explain how you can successfully incorporate a low-calorie diet into your life.

Registered dietitians, licensed nutritionists, doctors with an active practice in weight control, exercise physiologists, and licensed or certified psychotherapists who specialize in compulsive overeating are all in a position to provide sound weight-loss advice or refer you to another expert who can. In addition to having the appropriate educational background and experience with weight loss and weight maintenance, these experts generally stay up-to-date with the latest research and developments. You don’t have to get your guidance directly from any of these experts, but you need to be sure that whatever weight-loss advice you follow comes from a reliable source.

Comparing low-calorie diets to other diets
Figuring out what a low calorie diet means to you

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