Yo-yo dieting, also called "weight cycling," is when you lose and gain weight over and over again, causing your weight to go up and down.
Anyone can be drawn to it, but people who have a bad relationship with their bodies and food are more likely to do so
They lose weight by going to extremes, but when the cravings hit, they binge eat, which causes them to gain weight and have other health problems.
Yo-yo dieting, like any other fad diet, is based on the idea that you should cut back on food and "crash diet" to get an unrealistic amount of body fat, then eat too much for a while.
In the first phase, which is the weight loss phase, people who go on yo-yo diets eat very few calories and stay away from foods that are high in nutrients.
Most of their calories come from lean proteins like chicken, fish, eggs, and tofu. In the second phase, when they are trying to gain weight, they eat any food that will help them do that,
Whether it's junk food or healthy food. Dieters who take a long time to gain weight may also eat too much.
If they lose weight or their weight on the scale changes, most people think their diet is working and the best.
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But the main goal of a diet should be to break bad habits like eating junk food and high-calorie foods and to heal your body from the inside out.
When you lose weight by going on and off of diets, you get more and more frustrated and end up gaining all the weight back.
Also, losing weight quickly and then gaining it all back can mess up your metabolism and leave your body without enough nutrients, which can hurt your organs.