Everyone reaches a point where their diet stops working towards their desired goals..its called a plateau and that’s how the body functions. The initial results are quick because its more like a shock for the body, but after a while the body tends to establish a comfort level and hits stagnancy. Now,there are multiple reasons on why our body stops responding to the things we do, it could be nutrition,workout,hormones or even our mindset. Its important to figure out what might be the obstacle and work towards tweaking it. When it comes to nutrition,here area few aspects that need to be looked at for progress.
Fad diet helps you lose the first two to three kilos and after that either you put it all back or just plateau.we need to understand that any fad diet that’s deficient in a macronutrient cripples your metabolism is the most important thing when it comes to burning fat.also,fad diets or diet plans always ask to eat the same meals over and over again for an extended period of time.
EAT MORE,BURN MORE-
One needs to be mindful about their activity levels and how they are complementing it with nutrition..most people,in a bid to lose weight , undergo intense exercise programmes and eat skimpy meals. Now that approach is detrimental to our health,weight and metabolism. We start to look older ,shed hair, change skin quality and start ageing rapidly. Good nutrition and good dieting is about enhancing our nutrition not cutting it. The idea is what more can do one add to their diet to support billions of cells and metabolic rate to burn fat and weight. The answer lies in eating more and exercising more.and on days when you cannot exercise, eat less and eercise less.
DON’T OVERDO PROTEINS-
When you start consuming more protein, a lot of that never gets utilised by the human body and it converts into fat and slows down your metabolism. This is why a lot of people who consume protein also bloat up. So choose a protein heavy diet if you are into that athlete level of training ,else, start cutting down your intake of protein supplements.