Calorie Shifting Diet

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Old 02-Mar-2010
Calorie Shifting Diet

The world today is full of figure conscious people. All of the time, they are concerned about only one thing - weight loss and an hourglass figure. The thin and skinny models shown walking on the ramps have only added to the fad. The result is that you see people adopting the latest diets in the market, of which only a few work. One of the most recent diets is the calorie shifting diet, which is not only new, but also pretty effective. It is cost-effective, easy and has been seen to bring effective results in most of the cases.

How Does Calorie Shifting Diet Work:

Calorie shifting mainly involves tricking and confusing the body, in such a way that it keeps your metabolism working fast. The problem with low-calorie diets is that they often result in the body going into the starvation mode, in which case it starts storing calories instead of burning them at a faster rate. So, instead of helping you lose weight, such diets make your metabolism slow and end up making you fatter. Calorie shifting diet involves the consumption of varying amounts of calories each day.

If you eat 1200 calories on Monday, you will go up to 1500 calories on Tuesday and by the time Wednesday comes, you will drop down to only 1000 calories a day. As you change the amount of calories consumed, the body gets into a state of confusion. It knows that you are not starving, since you increase the calorie intake the next day. The result is that the body adjusts to the diet and keeps your metabolism at a high rate only, even when you eat low amount of calories on a particular day. The days when you reduce your calorie-intake to a very low level are the ones in which you lose most of the weight.

Sample Diet Plan for Calorie Shifting Diet:

Day 1
1st Meal: Scrambled Eggs
2nd Meal: Sandwich (any type)
3rd Meal: Flavored Oatmeal
4th Meal: Tuna Salad

Day 2
1st Meal: Cottage Cheese
2nd Meal: Scrambled Eggs and Mixed Vegetables
3rd Meal: Chicken
4th Meal: Banana Milk Shake

Day 3
1st Meal: Chicken
2nd Meal: Fish Filet
3rd Meal: Cottage Cheese
4th Meal: Fruit Salad

  • Do not stuff yourself with food, on the day of a high calorie diet. Eat till you are satisfies, not overstuffed.
  • There must be a gap of 2.5 to 3 hours between meals.
  • Eat exactly 4 meals per day, no more and no less.
  • After following the diet for eleven days, at a stretch, take a three day break and then only start the diet again.

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