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Dieting plateau

Dieting plateau is a stage when you feel the weight process come to a complete halt and you aren't seeing results anymore. Plateaus come when the body has become accustomed to the routine.

This is a stage when you are neither losing nor gaining weight. Almost everyone who is on a diet will reach this stage because our body is incredibly adaptive, and will do its level best to maintain equilibrium.

Dieting plateau can be the result of not consuming enough calories. Make sure that your calorie intake is adequate.

So the best action is do some change.

But before you do that, pay attention to your condition. Don’t do a change if you're feeling good, sleeping well, and other positive condition. Do some change only if you are in a negative condition like eeling lethargic, insatiably hungry, and so on.

Try Calorine Shifting and just keep your body guessing. The purpose is to changes the calorie intake.

If your fitness routine hasn’t changed since the beginning, consider making a few changes. Try some high intensity exercise.

Try a new activity. Jogging, swimming, or cycling, anything that will change the way your body is working.

Eating less, more often is an old and common style of eating well. Add snacks between the three meals. The changes will effect in your metabolic rate

Remember, change one thing at a time. When you change something, give the change a couple of weeks, and then check the results. And change your routine every next couple of weeks.

Every person is unique, and we must learn how our individual body responds - and how to deal with that.

Experienced with dieting plateau? Share with us how you handle that condition.

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