After weeks of struggling with extra pounds, four, six and ten kg disappeared. But what do you do after three months, when you are again fat?
Three in five women have this problem! The phenomenon is called yo-yo effect. A doctor explains some tips for avoiding or reducing your yo-yo effect.
Why you gain weight after diet
In terms of metabolic mechanisms in the diet, the body is producing energy imbalance between calorie intake from food, physiological and burnt.
Termination of a diet and return to normal diet makes accumulation pounds to be fast.
Factors favoring the yoyo effect
There is risk factor that accelerates the accumulation of fat worse after diet. Among them: predisposition, obesity in family (the first and second degree relatives), changes or endocrine disruption: thyroid and adrenal disorders, as well as puberty and menopause. Puberty is a period as delicate as menopause, because there are often cases where the weight problems occur against a background of hormonal imbalance typical of puberty, said Beatrice Reyna.
Lack of physical activity and eating the wrong one, mainly fats and sweets, and avoiding vegetables and protein rich foods are another cause.
Foods that stimulate insulin production, which in turn stimulates appetite, is a risk factor associated with a disordered lifestyle.
Béatrice of Reyn says that it is desirable to eat an unhealthy food in a reasonable amount, at normal weight than skipping a meal and eat at the next two portions!
Another factor involved is the fundamental rhythm of life and change it. Stress and emotions are a factor that promotes accumulation of kilograms.
“Termination of practicing a sport, quitting smoking are factors that can cause weight gain. Some hormonal treatments, contraceptives, and chronic fatigue leading to pronounced weight gain, “explains Béatrice of Reyna.