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Fat Decimator System Review

por Editoria RVQ (2019-02-23)

If you struggle with the best way to lose weight and stay in shape, you are not alone. Fat Decimator System Avoiding food temptations, getting enough exercise, and keeping your body in top shape is hard work. Many find that no matter what they do, the struggle is too difficult. In some cases, health issues interfere with their ability to stay healthy. They may keep their eating under control, but if they are injured, they are unable to exercise. This means over time, even with a small calorie intake, their bodies will be out of shape. In other cases, medications cause you to gain weight and it will not matter what you eat or how much you exercise. Other people find themselves dealing with addictions ever day of their lives. Because they crave sugar, they end up overeating and eating the wrong foods.In the short term, losing really fast is without a doubt possible. And, in all honesty, I don't think it's going to kill you. In the case of The Biggest Loser, I think it's probably good... many of the contestants are so over weight that the benefits simply getting down to a remotely healthy weight far outweigh the health risks of doing it so fast.However, losing weight at a rate of more than about 2 pounds a week is simply not sustainable in the long run.For one thing, it takes approximately a 3500 calorie deficit to lose one pound that is, you must take in 3500 calories less than you consume to lose one pound of fat. So losing a pound a week would require a 500 calorie per day deficit (500x7=3500), and losing two pounds a week would require a 1000 calorie per day deficiSo, it's really hard to get into more than a 1000 calorie per day deficit. If your maintenance calorie level is 5000, it might not be so hard. But if you're like the average 150 pound woman and only burning 1500 calories a day, it's pretty tough.Moral of the story is that if you're losing more than two pounds a week, it's likely coming from something other than fat like water. So as a fitness pro, I don'recommend it. Stick with a sound diet and workout routine, get yourself into the proper mindset, and you'll lose a steady and sustainable 12 pounds per week of body fat and keep it off for good.