Weight Reduction Blunders: What Not to Do

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1. Unhealthy Restriction

Reducing one's caloric intake to dangerously low levels is one example of unhealthy restriction. 

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Such restrictive dieting is associated with an increased risk of developing eating disorders and other health concerns, including malnutrition and emotional distress.

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2. Not Eating Enough Protein

Not getting enough protein might have negative effects on your metabolism and contribute to muscle loss. 

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Muscle is necessary for calorie burning and weight loss, but a shortage of protein makes it difficult to create and maintain muscle.

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3. Sticking to a Liquid Diet

While liquid diets may appear like a quick and easy way to shed pounds, they really lack many of the nutrients our systems require.

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Because of this, they are not sustainable and might potentially cause nutritional deficiencies and medical issues.

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4. Starving Yourself

One of the riskiest ways to lose weight is by starvation, which can have serious health consequences.

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It raises the chance of death and causes serious health problems like organ failure.

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5. Choosing Sugar-free Foods

The artificial sweeteners and other harmful additives found in many sugar-free goods have been linked to increased rates of obesity.

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They don't have the same satiating effect as conventional snacks, so people end up eating more of them.

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6. You Have Unrealistic Goals

Setting unrealistic expectations for oneself is a surefire way to destroy one's motivation. 

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