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TO LOSE WEIGHT, QUIT DIETING
Our answer to the diet problem is to have our patients quit dieting. We assess each person’s current diet and exercise habits. From that assessment, we determine what changes should be made, and the patients plan the changes that they are willing to make. Together, we establish a reasonable, healthy plan that requires gradual changes over time. In this way, each person “owns” his or her program and feels empowered to make changes toward a healthier life-style.
Dieting Can Lead to Bingeing
Why do we advise people to quit dieting? Because, as we have already stated, dieting does not work. Among its other effects, dieting in the traditional sense can lead to bingeing. The frequency and size of each person’s binges vary under different circumstances. Almost every dieter has, at some time, eaten a low-fat, low-calorie, nutritionally correct meal, then polished off the rest of the brownies later (usually when all alone).
Bingeing, even small bingeing, will make it difficult for j you to lose weight because you will feel out of control and “bad.” This will lead you to ask: “If I can control everything else in my life, why can’t I control my eating?” The reason is that traditional diets forbid certain foods. What happens when you tell yourself you can’t have a certain food? Take ice cream as an example. Suddenly, the off-diet ice cream becomes the food you desire most in the whole world. The urge to eat ice cream becomes uncontrollable, and you eventually give in and binge.
Dieting by forbidding certain foods is like holding your breath: you can only do it for so long. Eventually, you have to take a breath, and the first breath (a binge breath, if you will) is very deep. When this happens in dieting, you feel guilty and Vow to avoid that troublesome food forever. This only sets you up for another binge.
Dieting Can Make You Fatter
A third reason to avoid dieting is because it can make you fatter. Every time you lose ten pounds or more, especially if it’s on a very low-calorie or quick-weight-loss diet, you lose muscle and fat. When you gain the weight back, it’s usually just fat. This leaves you with more fat and less muscle each time you lose weight. This is like taking one step forward and two steps back.
When your body fat increases, your metabolism slows down, because, to maintain itself, fat requires little energy and fewer calories than does muscle. Fat is not a very active tissue; it stores itself until it is needed, which is only in a last-resort scenario. Not only do you gain more weight, but your calorie needs to maintain your weight become less with each diet. The next time you diet, it will take twice as long to lose the weight, and you will gain it back three times as fast.
Dieting Can Be Hazardous to Your Overall Health and Your Heart
A final reason to avoid dieting is because it can be detrimental to your health. Results from the Framingham Heart Study, in Massachusetts, showed yo-yo dieters were twice as likely to suffer from heart disease as were overweight people who had stable weights.
When obesity is bad and dieting is bad, what are people to do? The challenging answer is: Quit dieting, eat healthily, exercise more, and make a commitment to permanent life-style changes.
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