7 Reasons Why a Crash Diet is a Bad Idea ...

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Looking to lose weight fast?

How about a crash diet?

Crash diets promise quick weight loss with a drastic change in your eating habits.

Sounds great, right?

Think again!

Nutritionists and other health professionals repeatedly warn us against the dangers of crash diets.

Here are 7 reasons why a crash diet is a no good, very bad, horrible idea!

1. The Aspect

The Aspect

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The difference between a crash diet and a healthy weight loss program is that while a well-rounded, sustainable diet focuses on a nutritious varied diet, crash diets focus on exclusively on dramatically decreasing calorie consumption or promising to add a wonder food to your diet that will magically burn fat for you.2

A crash diet is any plan that incorporates less than 1,200 calories a day.

Some crash diet programs include extreme exercise routines, while others claim exercise is not needed to achieve results.

The key is balance between healthy eating and conceivable exercise on a regular basis.

The Significance
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