Let’s try to figure out what is the difference between “pp” and diet and is it important?
As a matter of fact, yes. The meaning of any diet is to reduce the number of pikes from the daily consumption rate. As a result, the body experiences a shortage of tcal and begins to accumulate internal resources. In other words, you are used to eating daily, much and delicious. At some point, you stopped eating food in the usual quantities, not even cut down, but completely stopped the supply of food.
Of course, first the body will be under stress to draw resources from the stocks of fat and you will be happy to see the cherished figures on the scales. But very soon, the weight will return and even increase, because it is logical that since the food rarely enters the body, you should save it and save it for a “rainy day”.
Every time we choose a diet, we think about the fact that the less food our body receives, the faster the weight loss will go.
At first glance, everything seems to be logical, but there are also some nuances.
1) The body’s energy reserves are rapidly running out – a person begins to feel weak and sometimes even malaise.
2) There is a shortage of vitamins, minerals, nutrients – all that is vital to the normal functioning of the body.
3) Tastes of many diets leave much to be desired. Usually, the diet is quite monotonous.
4) The worst thing is that after the stress experienced during the diet, the body starts to accumulate fat on the contrary. And all the kilograms, which have managed to get rid of with a deficit of kcal return in double size.
A proper diet, on the contrary, is a completely balanced meal. Due to the fact that there is a frequent meal (recommended 5-6 times a day), speeds up your metabolism. This means that the food is in favor, not put off by fat folds.
You do not experience hunger, because at np meals it is necessary to eat every 2-3 hours.
As a result, you are always fed and full of energy.