In the opinion of dietitian Paula Duibrich, a weight loss plan will work if it is based on balance and moderation.
According to the specialized Shefends website, Dubrich warned of common mistakes that people think is their way to lose weight, as she considered that an exaggerated reduction of calories will slow down the metabolism and therefore slow in achieving the goal of losing weight.
Dubrich suggests reducing the amount of calories a person consumes by just 200-300 calories per day, noting that this will lead to more sustainable weight loss.
As for exercise, Dubrich notes, overdoing your cardio is never a good idea.
She continued, “Building muscle is important, and if you burn all the energy you consume during cardio, you may lose the energy needed to build muscle mass.”
Dubrich has another view on unhealthy food, where she believes that you should not go too far from it, on the grounds that “the final abstinence from it will make you more motivated to ask for it.”
“If your calorie limit is 1,800, and you have one slice of pizza that has 300 calories, you can definitely include pizza in your diet,” she explains.
“If you allow yourself those moments of indulgence, you will feel less deprived and will actually maintain a healthy lifestyle,” she added.
“Understanding that a healthy lifestyle allows you to eat all foods, not just raw salads and vegetables, is the key to long-term success,” she says.
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