Weight Loss Tips & Secrets

Weight Loss Tips & Secrets

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Rapid Fat Loss Diet

When you start a losing weight diet something strange happens. Your overweight body is not entirely overjoyed to give up its fat content. Instead you start to lose lean tissue such as muscle and bone density.

A current research study carried out in Denmark, which was reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition discovered that when men dieted correctly less than 60% of the lost weight was fat. The remainder was lean muscle. When men regained weight only 24% of the weight regained was lean muscle – over 75% of the added weight after weight loss was more fat. That means for people who yo-yo diet – living in a cycle of weight reduction and putting it back on again – the lean tissues within their body are over a period of time being replaced by fat.

Another similar research indicated that the picture for women is even worse! During the fasting period 35% of the weight lost was muscle tissue – initially less than for men. BUT when regaining weight only 15% was lean tissue. When the women in the case study lost and then regained weight, lean muscle was not satisfactorily regained – 85% of the weight restored had turned into fat.

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