According to the National Institutes of Health, dieters regain almost all of their lost weight within 5 years after dieting. There are 4 primary reasons for this:
One of the greatest hazards of dieting is losing muscle mass along with fat.
Muscle is required to burn calories. Therefore, when you decrease your muscle mass via dieting, you will have less muscle to burn calories after you return to your regular eating patterns.In other words, you will regain your lost weight and which will be returned as fat.
If you start dieting again you will lose yet more muscle, further inhibiting your ability to burn fat.
Most diets only deal with the solution not the cause of weight gain. We strip it back to the basics and address your insulin resistance that has occurred from years of wrong choices, food combination and environmental choices.
Thankfully there is a solution – Nutrition & Weight Loss Company