Thursday, May 29, 2008

Cycling Calories - How Does It Work?

One of the main reasons why 95% of diets fail is that your metabolism slows down during the diet until it burns less and less fat. That is also why people lose a lot of weight when they start dieting but see their weight loss rate slow down with time. What happens is that your metabolism doesn't know your dieting, it thinks your starving. And so it slows down so your burn less calories. It's a biological process which exists in all the animals in nature and in us humans as well.

Cycling calories is a weight loss method which attempts to 'trick' our metabolism into thinking that we're not dieting. That way the metabolism doesn't slow down and we continue to lose weight at a rapid pace.

How is this done?

You need to change the amount of calories you eat from one day to the next. Of course, you need to maintain an average calorie deficit so you'll lose weight. For example, say you need to eat 2,500 calories on average when you're dieting. One day you'll eat 2500, but the next you'll take in 2000, and the day after that 3000 calories. Cycling your calories that way will make sure that your metabolism doesn't know you're dieting.

An expansion of Calorie Cycling is Calorie Shifting. In Calorie Shifting you shift the types of calories you eat from one day to the next and even from one meal to the next. This keeps your metabolism running at a high level. It's Calorie Cycling taken to the next level.

Cycling calories or Shifting Calories, when done correctly, insures a fast and continuous fat loss due to the high metabolic rate your body maintains.

To read how you can start to lose as much as 9 lbs. in 11 days in keep it off, visit this webpage:
How to lose 9 lbs. every 11 days with The Shifting Calories method.

John Davenport lost over 30 pounds in his twenties after being overweight most of his life. To read more fast weight loss, click here: How To Lose Weight Fast And Never Gain It Back


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