December 27, 2012
According to a recent article, fad diets usually do little to help people achieve weight loss. The makers of Hydroxycut agree that diet and exercise along with the added edge of a weight-loss supplement work far better than any fad diet.
A blogger for Psychology Today recently wrote an article exploring the psychology behind fad diets and fad exercise plans. Some fad diets end up on best-seller lists and infomercials. But as soon as the next one comes along, the old ones fade away.
What makes these diets “fad” diets? Dieters often jump from one to another, note the makers of Hydroxycut, and though each claims to have the answer for weight loss, none stick around for long. Part of this ineffectiveness is that there is no “one size fits all” diet. Another part is that a diet is often not a sustainable way of eating—you may lose weight for a while, but once you return to old habits, you’ll return to your old size.
To lose weight, the makers of Hydroxycut recommend changing the way you view food and exercise. Neither starving yourself nor letting yourself go are the answer; instead, find a balanced diet and exercise regimen that works for you. Adding a weight loss supplement can help as well, especially if you are looking for an added edge, or wish to increase energy throughout the day.
Dieting should be about loving yourself enough to take care of yourself. This means choosing healthy foods, breaking a sweat, and allowing exercise to be joyous.
The Pro Clinical Hydroxycut formula contains an ingredient (caffeine anhydrous [1,3,7-trimethylxanthine]) that boosts your energy, which can help you keep up with your exercise plan. Hydroxycut comes in several formats including caffeine-free, gummies, and an instant drink mix.