Rapid Diet Programs: Rapid Waste of Money
There are many rapid diet programs out there, that are endorsed by celebrities and athletes, which claim to work extremely well. The reason rapid diet programs are so popular is because people want to be thinner as soon as possible, and want to look exactly like the celebrity that is endorsing their diet program.
Just because you follow a diet plan endorsed by a good looking celebrity doesn’t necessarily mean that you will look exactly like them by using their plan. Rapid weight loss is not healthy, and doesn’t change your lifestyle. After you are done with the plan, the weight you lost will come right back to you.
Many rapid diet programs promise results such as: Drop four dress sizes in fourteen days! or Lose fat and build muscle without doing any exercise! Does that sound healthy to you?
A lot of rapid diet programs promise results that will most likely not happen. Their goal isn’t to make you healthy, it’s to gain popularity and make more money.
For example, the rapid diet program called "Quick Trim" is endorsed by celebrity Kim Kardashian. The program uses her to gain popularity and make people have the goal of looking like Kim by using their program. People believe that by using that program, they will look like her, and that’s not necessarily the case.
In today’s society of quick-fixes, most of us would jump at the chance to lose weight as fast as possible, and with as little work as possible. However, losing weight that fast isn’t healthy, and even experts agree. Rapid weight loss is bad weight loss. Experts say that losing 1 to 2 pounds per week is healthy. Losing 1 to 2 pounds per week may not seem good, but it is much healthier than losing 8 or 9 pounds a week.
Changing your lifestyle and slowly losing weight is the best way to lose weight. It may not be as fast as you’d like, but in the long run you’ll be better off, and healthier. If you only follow a rapid diet program, you will most likely end up gaining back the weight you’ve lost after you’ve stopped using the program.
Making a healthy, lifestyle change of eating better, and exercising, will cause you to lose weight, and keep the weight off. It will give you confidence because you will be losing weight, and you will know that it will stay off. If you choose to use a quick method of weight loss, you’ll end up losing self-esteem when you eventually gain the weight back.