When determining a stopping point for your reverse, the most important question you should ask yourself is why you chose to reverse diet in the first place! When push comes to shove, there are really two main reasons a person would embark on a reverse diet. The first is to bring calories up to a more comfortable level, and the second is to get metabolism running as absolutely fast as possible. If any of the following described you at the start of your reverse, your goal simply may have been to increase your food intake to a more comfortable level. In this case, the next step is easy! On the other hand, if any of the following described you at the start of your reverse, your goal was likely to stimulate your metabolism to burn through as much fuel as physiologically possible. In each of these situations, stoking the metabolic furnace to get metabolism running as fast as possible is critical to success. To do this, you will need to proceed to step 2 and continue reverse dieting until weight gain becomes linear!
How many times have you gone on a diet just to gain all the weight back as soon as you go off of it? Reverse dieting is used in the fitness industry as a common approach to maintaining results after a hard cut. But is it the answer to after dieting? Here is what the research says, how to tell if reverse dieting is right for you, and how to go about it. Reverse dieting is the act of slowly increasing your calorie intake after a calorie-restricted diet to promote long-term weight maintenance. In other words, it is the act of resuming more of your normal eating habits after a cut, without gaining all the weight back.
This simple 3-step plan can help you lose weight fast. Quick disclaimer : At Avatar, we try to keep everything. Hopkins, M.