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Dieting Myths I wrote this to warn those wanting to lose weight Myth 1 Miracle diets really exist It is possible to lose weight that easily through a safe process Answer Wrong No diet will work without the proper exersize If you do lose weight as fast as miracle diets claim on TV you are doing your body harm Truthfully it is recommended you lose only lose a to two pounds a week Myth 2 Some foods actually burn fat Answer in truth no food can actually burn fat A diet like the grapefruit or cabbage soup diet merely reduces your calorie intake Sure you might lose a few pounds however most of the weight loss on these plans comes from water not fat3 Myth 3 To reduce calorie intake it is good to skip breakfast Answer Skipping breakfast is never wise Youve just slept for about 8 hours during the night your body now needs for you to break your fast This means eating a healthy breakfast Actually if you skip meals during the day youll be more likely to make up for those missing calories by snacking or eating more at the next meal Dont fret eating boosts your metabolism compared to the contrary whereas depriving yourself of food actually causes your metabolism to slow down so you burn fat slower than you normally would 4 Myth 4 You shouldnt eat before you go to bed Answer The theory is that food eaten past eight PM will just lie in your system and absorb into fat Wrong again Its how many calories you eat in a day not when you eat them No matter when you eat your meals your body will store the extra calories as fat Myth 5 Foods that have low fat or no fat have no calories Answer Wrong Actually low-fat or nonfat foods may still have a lot of calories Often these foods will have extra sugar
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