The Fast Diet: Why is "The Fast Diet" so popular?





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Published on Aug 19, 2013

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What is The Fast Diet?

If you are someone who has tried and failed to lose weight, or you've shed extra pounds, only to pile them back on again -- this is the diet for you.

The 5:2 Day Diet is a brand new, research-based approach to weight loss. This is a simple diet where you will fast for two days per week followed by eating as normal for the additional five. As well as the obvious reason for choosing to diet you can improve your health significantly by cutting risks of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and even some cancers.

If someone has tried and failed to lose excess weight or shed the pounds only to pile them back on again, then the 5:2 Fast Diet would be the answer to this recurring common issue. This revolutionary diet teaches how hunger feels and what a normal serving looks like. You will learn to eat more slowly, appreciate smaller amounts and really enjoy your food on both the two restricted days and the five unrestricted days. You will rediscover how much food you actually need. The diet has been designed to follow two restricted days out of seven which will help you to identify what triggers you to over-eat at times. This system shall also lead you away from unhelpful and possibly harmful patterns of eating.

Muscle does in-fact target fat and good diets preserve the muscle whilst targeting fat. Even when muscle is resting it will carry on working at burning calories. This proven theory turns the conventional dieting methods completely on its head, offering an alternative approach to losing weight, the 5:2 diet is easy to follow, allowing you to escape the mundane regime of a seven day a week diet - which will ultimately be abandoned due to eventually losing the will along with constantly thinking about what can and can't be eaten, being perpetually aware that you are on a DIET which is doomed to fail.

It is recommended that on the five normal eating days of the week, a healthier approach should be taken towards the food that is eaten although this will occur naturally as you will become conscious of what your body needs in terms of a more nutritionally balanced diet will ensure all essential vitamins, minerals and protein requirements are met.

Hunger pangs only last for a short period and with this diet, you will learn that hunger, is only a fleeting feeling and can soon be supressed with a drink of water, green tea or coffee. Within no time it will just get easier and easier. With 5:2, a quarter of the recommended daily intake of calories is required. For men this is usually around 600 calories and for women around 500 calories. It will become clear that rather than being on another fad diet this will be referred to as a lifestyle change.

To break this down in laymen's terms, the 5:2 Diet is basically consuming no more than 500/600 calories twice per week, which is not technically fasting. The calorie intake can be split into two or three very low calorie meals or, taken altogether as one larger meal. The additional 5 days should be followed as a normal lifestyle, although keeping to a healthy, nutritious balanced diet is always going to be highly recommended.

If you would like more videos on the 5:2 diet then see my channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/thefastdiet1

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