Following a "diet"
Okay, follow me ... you have been following a "diet" for several days or weeks and you start to realize that you are losing less and less fat throughout the day ... well, that's natural. At first, generally, you have a greater fat burning, but over the following days and weeks, this loss decreases until it stops, reaching a barrier, which we call the Plateau Effect.
This is nothing more than a fancy name for referencing wall that achieved in weight loss ... the point is that we do not lose more weight, even following the diet to the letter. This is normal.As we left the line for 1 day a week for example, we make the body out of this little adjustment caloric expenditure.
Returning to our example of the warehouse, it is as if you received new in desperados stocks. You as the owner (a) would then allow them to spend more stocks right now? After all, you now have a break and will return to stocks typically spend up to feel again that inventories are low.This one day of the week you can get out of line and eat everything, cause a shock in metabolism, a positive shock.The body will speed up the metabolism to process the changes in feeding this day ... that is, if you ate more than you should this day, great, this is the goal.
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