Losing weight can be a challenge, but with the right amount of will power and determination it can be done successfully. But exactly how do you sort out the truth from the welter of information which is available on dieting? For instance what about those how claim you should choose food that is low calorie but fills you up quickly, such as soups, salad or raw vegetables? Or those who argue you should fill up on low calorie drinks especially iced water?
One theory which has been the subject of much controversy in the past but which is gaining new momentum is that so called “crash dieting” can help not only lose weight fast, but also help to keep it off long term. Previously, the perceived wisdom was that very low calorie diets such those espoused by Houston HCG Diet Clinics didn’t really work. Sure, the weight came off at the start, but you soon began to see it pile back on when you switched from the strict regime. However scientists in the UK have now produced evidence that very low calorie diets do in fact work and are effective both at helping achieve that initial weight loss AND in helping keep the weight off in the longer term