It's only a matter of time when the new diet you’re excited about trying is going to fail you in a big way. It has to because it's designed that way. How you might ask? Jedi marketing tactics is part of the reason. These diets tap into the fragile psyche of human nature at its weakest and most vulnerable moment. You're promised a ton of weight loss in no time at all, and sold the fantasy of finally getting that great body you've only dreamed of.
Some of these wonder diets (quick fix) are pre proportion, including precooked food, so all you have to do is heat it and eat it. To top it all off, they seal the deal with fabulous testimonials backing their products results. Easy peasy, right? No, not so fast. Interestingly, most of these people when they transition back to regular food revert back to their original pre diet weight, if not rebounding even beyond to their all-time highest weight ever. And mind you, this rebound weight gain happens within six months after regular food is integrated back as the normal way of eating. This common occurrence of not being able to sustain successful weight loss is the fly in the ointment. Let's give credit where credit is due, but let's also call a spade a spade.
The true measure of a successful diet is not only the amount of weight which is lost, but how successful individuals are in keeping off the weight for the long haul. The objective for a successful diet should be to maintain whatever weight goal one desires, and should be designed from a completely different perspective. It should be an eating strategy that revolves around the individual’s lifestyle, instead of individual’s lifestyle adapting to the constraints of a diet that in the end is designed to fail.
For example, when individuals are faced with the challenge of going to dinner with friends on a weekend, then what. I'll tell you what. Suddenly they're faced with either going off their wonder diet and eating foods they had a problem controlling in the first place, hence the reason for the wonder diet, or they have to make the decision to not got to dinner and abstain. When you have to constantly abstain from something from which you receive pleasure, it's only a matter of time before you cave. This is where the crack in the armor begins to present itself in these wonder diets (quick fix). Here's the other major reason why wonder diets are designed to fail. They are not lifestyle friendly to the user, period. There's a better way, ADP.