Monday, March 3, 2008

Satisfying Diet

Satisfying Diet by Hyder Khan

The Calorie Shifting Diet is an extremely satisfying diet. You never feel deprived of any types of foods. You are never left starving or feeling the least bit hungry. And this is not because your stomach is shrinking or your appetite is being diminished, as is the case with many other popular diet plans.

On the contrary, the Calorie Shifting Diet allows you to eat as much food as you desire at each meal until you are completely satisfied, although not until you are too full. Additionally, you are required to eat four full meals per day, with each meal being spaced out by at least 2.5 to 3 hours worth of gap in between. While on this diet, you are required to eat a variety of foods from all four of the major food groups.

If this all sounds too good to be true, or if this does not even sound like a diet plan to you, then you are in for a surprise: While on this diet you can expect to lose 9 pounds for every 11 days you are on this diet, which amounts to upwards of 20 pounds per month.

How can such a satisfying diet yield so much weight loss? If you are practically able to eat as much food as you want from all four of the major food groups, and that too, at four meals every day, then how is weight loss even possible?

The principle behind the Calorie Shifting Diet is that you can manipulate your body's metabolism at will, simply by shifting the types of calories you consume from meal to meal, from day to day, on a rotational basis. In doing so, your body's metabolism would react to the dietary shifting by tapping into your body's fat stores for energy, in order to compensate for this "simulated nutritional deficit" that you are inducing.

A true nutritional deficit of course comes from extended periods of time without consuming a healthy amount of all of the essential nutrients your body needs. By shifting calories around from meal to meal, you are simulating a nutritional deficit, except you are doing it on a much smaller scale, in short bursts of time.

By the time your body detects a nutritional deficit and begins to compensate by burning your body's fat stores, you reintroduce that nutrient back into your body. But then you immediately shift another type of calorie out of your diet, thus creating a nutritional deficit of this second type of calorie. So your body never truly "recovers" from the nutritional deficit, and thus your weight loss is sustained, even though, all the while, you are actually getting all of the nutrients that you need!

What makes Calorie Shifting such a satisfying diet is this simple fact that you can achieve rapid weight loss results without experiencing any type of starvation, leaving your cravings unfulfilled, or feeling deprived of any type or quantity of foods

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