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How do you start the diet? Here are the steps.


It is known that the goal of dieting is to lose weight and maintain agility. To ensure the success of the diet, and not to gain weight again, the right goals must be set to start applying the diet.

How do you start applying diet?

Before following any diet, you should choose the logical goals for weight loss that seem to set the goal, one of the main steps to start applying any diet, to achieve weight loss. Perhaps the most important is confidence and continuity when faced with difficulties, during the diet, whether it is about the rigor or duration of the diet. Therefore, be careful to choose logical weight loss goals, divide them into long, short goals as a starting step. The objectives for starting a diet should include:

The first
and the main goal of dieting, whatever its kind, is to prepare for weight loss, where it is important to determine the reason for wanting to lose weight, commitment, and success. It is important to choose to commit to weight loss, because of the individual's own desire, not because of pressure from someone else.


The second objective is stability. For example, the loss of two kilograms per week can be determined, with the consistency of this goal to reach the desired result, which helps to ensure weight loss, correctly and not gained again.

The third goal, to start making small, gradual, healthy changes, to get used to new dietary behavior, to acquire healthy eating habits that may last a lifetime. Examples of these changes include starting healthy foods, preparing key meals at home, as well as knowing the nutritional value and calories of the foods intake, which means that even with a healthy weight loss diet, it is necessary to introduce certain foods that are grainy and avoid being deprived of any type of food, but to know the right times and quantities to eat it.


The fourth
and final goal is to choose the right diet, which ensures that the minerals and vitamins needed for health are not lost. Some unhealthy diets are the best results in a short time and maybe due to lower calorie intake than usual, by following strict dietary requirements, or involving frequent eating of the same foods, but these diets have a negative effect, leading to weight gain again and return to previous weight after completing the diet. Most of the weight loss may also be due to water or muscle loss rather than fat loss.

Or although there is no uniform diet suitable for all individuals, the choice of diet for each individual varies according to what the body requires for weight loss. This depends on age, gender, height, level of activity, and speed of metabolism. It is, therefore, preferable to consult a dietitian to develop a diet that is suitable for the individual, especially if it is long-term.

It is worth mentioning that determining the ideal weight varies from individual to individual, depending on age, weight, height, sex, and body fat distribution or shape. A BMI, known as BMI.