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If you\'re already eating only 1000 calories a day and still not losing weight, how can you ever increase your calorie intake to a safe level and still pursue weight loss? This is not about a sugar ...

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    • The 1000-Calorie Diets
      Know The Truth
    • If you're already eating only 1000 calories a day and still not losing weight, how can you ever increase your calorie intake to a safe level and still pursue weight loss?
    • Fact #1: You cannot eat lower than 1000 calories. For that can be fatal to you.
    • Fact #2: Your body needs at least 1000 calories just to keep you alive – that is,
      lying down.
    • Fact #3: If you eat too few calories, your metabolism slows down to compensate.
    • A 1000-calorie diet is OK for a short term, but over a long period, the body will burn off muscle mass, instead of fat, which lowers the metabolism and leads to a plateau.
    • What is a plateau?
    • After your initial weight loss, your progress will slow down and eventually stop even though your exercise and food intake is consistent.
    • This is what happens...
    • When you decrease your calorie intake, your body simply lowers its metabolic rate in response, to allow the body to function properly.
    • But ultimately your body requires fewer calories and go into starvation mode to prevent you from further losing fat.
    • This can leave you feeling exhausted, and finding that you can't lose weight, despite a healthy low-calorie diet.
    • What is a healthy low-calorie diet?
    • Try to eat some real food.
    • Your body needs a variety of fruits, veggies, lean proteins, healthy fats
      & whole grains to function properly.
    • Don't starve.
    • As soon as you start to feel sluggish, up your calorie intake to at least 1200 to boost your metabolism.
    • Your body will burn off the extra calories anyway, boosting your metabolism and avoiding starvation mode and plateau altogether.
    • You can up your calorie intake to a sensible level from time to time, maintain an active lifestyle, and still keep the weight off.
    • Starvation diets do not work & will only make you miserable, leaving you feeling weak and lethargic all day.
    • Avoid a diet that starves the body of calories or carbs.
    • Go for a diet that is focused on giving dieters a NON starvation type of weight loss program.
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