Stalling is a common concern of hCG dieters who call our free weight loss hotline for advice, encouragement, and tips. What is diet stalling, and what can you do about it?
In the Beginning
With most diets, body weight seems to drop off more quickly at first. Part of that initial loss is extra fat, while part of it may be water weight. After awhile, however, our bodies catch on to what we’re doing and slow metabolism to fit the reduced calorie intake. It’s a biological crisis response known as starvation mode, and it can make your diet come to a screeching halt. This is called a plateau, or diet stalling. If you’ve gotten used to the bathroom scale shouting out steady praise, and to local news media regularly reporting your astounding diet progress during the evening news, a sudden slowing or stopping of fat loss can be discouraging.
You’re not alone. Weight loss plateaus can strike anyone on any diet. Sometimes they happen for a good reason, like that perfect piece of pie you had with your friends at the office because it looked so good and everyone else was having one and you were hungry and how could you say no and there was this guy and – - okay, we know how it is. Other times, however, diet progress slows for no good reason you can see. Both types of plateau are frustrating.
Take a Break
The hCG diet addresses the problem of metabolic adjustment by providing regular breaks to “reboot” your body before a fresh round of weight loss. That is why dieters take hCG1234™ diet drops and faithfully follow Dr. Simeons’ protocol for either 3 or 6 weeks, then take at least 3 weeks off before beginning another round. This rest period is designed to keep your metabolism from slowing down so you can lose weight efficiently when you start your next round of hCG dieting. It also allows the diet drops to cycle out of your system so your body doesn’t build up a tolerance to them, causing them to lose their full effect.
Diet plateaus are almost always temporary, so follow the protocol and don’t give up! Rather than begin a drastic program of increased exercise or cutting calories even further, consider a weight loss supplement designed to address the issue of diet stalling: eAC, Energy Appetite Control™. This powerful weight loss tool delivers timely support so you can finish what you started instead of scrapping the whole diet. Caralluma fimbriata, Guarana, Green Tea extract, and Probiotic Blend are just a few of the natural ingredients our diet scientists have packed into convenient capsules you take twice a day to help suppress appetite, mobilize stored fat, and feel energized—to revive your diet.
Try the Tape
Stalling is not necessarily a serious concern. Often water weight gain or constipation are the reasons for your weight loss plateau, and these usually resolve themselves so that your average weight loss over time is consistent even if it seems like you’re not losing extra fat. If you are following your diet carefully and suddenly stop losing, try a measuring tape on your thighs, waist and arms every 5-6 days along with your daily scale readings. The tape will often show progress the scale does not.
Back on Track
On the other hand, if you had a lapse and ate fried chicken, that is why you are stalling, and you need to act quickly to get back on track. Energy Appetite Control™ is formulated with select nutraceutical components like Caralluma fimbriata and Citrus aurantium, ingredients designed to reverse the effects of diet lapses so your diet is not wasted. When you hit an hCG diet plateau, Energy Appetite Control™ can help get you back on course because its ingredients are clinically supported to promote fat burning, suppress appetite, help you feel full longer, and give you energy even while you are taking in fewer calories. We invite you to use the very latest, most creative bioscience available to get off your diet plateau and get back where you belong. You deserve to live in your dream body.
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