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The Negative Calorie Diet Reviewed – Should You Follow A Negative Calorie Diet?

August 10, 2010 by admin  
Filed under Fresh Articles

With people trying to lose as much weight as possible, as fast as possible, its not surprise that the negative calorie diet has become a big hit with celebrities and fitness gurus. Essentially, a negative calorie diet is exactly what it says it is. You eat less than you need to stay at your equilibrium weight, or maintenance weight level. On the negative calorie diet, you’ll feel constantly hungry, and probably won’t have enough energy to complete the activities you want.

If you’re looking to lose weight quickly, the negative calorie diet is definitely what you need. Weight loss can only be achieved by burning off more calories than you consume in a day. Weight loss experts claim that you need to have a 3000 calorie deficit to lose one pound. The problem with negative calorie diets is that many people don’t eat the right foods while on it.

If you’re going to undertake the negative calorie diet, be sure to eat a lot of vegetables, fruits, and protein. In fact, you should cut out the simple carbs like white rice, and breads as they don’t provide you with any ‘real’ nutrition. Try and stick with eating small portions of fruits and vegetables with a little meat, and you should be good to go.

Also, its important for people on the negative calorie diet to drink a lot of water. Many times we can trick ourselves into thinking we’re hungry, when we’re actually hungry. Take a multivitamin everyday and you should be good in terms of nutrition. Just make sure not to go and pig out on junk food.

The negative Calorie diet should work really well for you if you’re trying to lose weight. But don’t expect to feel good while on it. It should be used for cutting or dropping weight, and then you should resume a diet set at your equilibrium.

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