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In what conditions can one envisage a quick weight loss?
When someone wants to lose weight, they want the results to be easily visible and encouraging. But, isn’t that dangerous for health? Is there a risk of them not being able to control their weight and of falling into the cycle of weight that yo-yos.

It’s true that in order to lose weight long-term, without yo-yoing, feeling hunger, having any frustration, isolation from social and family life, or affecting one’s health, the only solution is a balanced diet, the least restrictive possible and without any avoidances, which are often not useful and even dangerous for health.

However, a quick start to weight loss is possible under certain conditions.

One can induce quick weight loss with a very restrictive and specific imbalanced* diet, as long as a precise protocol is followed:
Thus, one can expect a short attack phase (1 month maximum) with a progressive increase in calories and a gradual return to a balanced diet. These are the conditions necessary to prevent weight gain and maintain health.

If a restrictive and unbalanced diet is followed for too long, it deprives the body of the necessary nutrients for correct functioning and so risks upsetting and increasing the difficulty of any further weight loss. This is the reason why a diet shouldn’t be followed over a long period as it risks becoming dangerous. It hasn’t been proven that such a diet followed for a month produces more weight loss than a balanced diet with progressively more calories.

* A specific imbalance can be induced by:
- a reduction in carbohydrate (simple and complex carbohydrates): sweet foods and drinks, bread, starchy foods, fruits,
- a reduction in fat: fatty foods and spreading fats and oils,
- an increase in protein: meat, fish, dairy products…
- avoidance of alcohol.

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