There’s plenty of great diet advice out there, and there’s also advice that’s just plain awful, horrible, and terrible for health. Such advice frequently comes in the form of fad or crash diets, and often results in gaining back all the weight that was lost and then some. Rather than following a fad diet and risking damage to health, consider Dr. Kojian’s weight loss pills in San Antonio. Part of the doctor’s comprehensive weight loss program, the pill used is Phentermine, an appetite suppressant.
Consult Dr. Kojian about Phentermine and avoid the following pieces of diet “advice”:
“Work Out On an Empty Stomach”
The idea here is that working out on an empty stomach burns more fat. This isn’t exactly true, and it results in less stamina, which you need to get through your workout. Less stamina also means less calories burned. While working out on a full stomach can cause upset, it’s a good idea to eat something small, such as a few spoonfuls of yogurt.
“Don’t Eat Any Fat”
Yes, “bad” fats, or saturated and trans fats, found in fried, processed, and sugary foods are detrimental to health. But the body needs “good” fat, such as monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, to remain healthy. Fat found in nuts, avocados, and salmon do great things for the heart and overall health. The right fats in conjunction with an otherwise healthy diet actually helps prevent weight gain.
Eliminating snacking as a way to lose weight often results in binging. Deprivation is very different from natural appetite suppression, which is why eating small amounts of food frequently is an excellent way to lose weight. You always feel full, have complete control over portion sizes, and enjoy more energy. Think nuts, yogurt, and fruit.
These are merely some examples of the worst diet advice of all time!
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