Success Stories - based on low fat dieting
Losing weight is easy. Achieving
long term weight loss is much harder. So information on the dieting
and weight loss habits of successful weight-losers is especially valuable.
As reported in the FDA
Consumer Report of Jan/Feb 2002, the National Weight Control
Registry, a US-based weight loss research study, maintains data
on over 3,000 American adults who have lost an average of 60 pounds
and kept it off for an average of six years.
This data seems to confirm that low-fat,
high-carb dieting leads to better prospects of lasting weight loss
and weight maintenance.
Fat Dieting Regime Works Best
According to the National
Weight Control Registry, their successful weight-losers share 4
common weight loss behaviors.
- They follow a low fat, high carb dieting
- They eat breakfast.
- They exercise for at least 60 minutes
- They check their weight each week.
This weight loss data is
yet more evidence that low-fat high carb dieting is best for long term
weight loss, and is yet another reason to avoid high protein weight
A good source of information
on dieting is the new Get Lean Quick 14 Day Diet