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The Worst Diets For The Upcoming Autumn/Winter Season

Summer has passed. Some of us have worked hard during the cold mounts to obtain that beach body everybody is dying for. Others used the summer to exercise the excess kilos during the summer. Yet some thought that it would be good to start the body changing activities during the fresh and pleasurable autumn mounts. Autumn is a good part of the year to start exercising and getting in shape, but it is a bad part of the year for starting a new diet plan because of several reason. If you thought to start a diet plan this autumn be careful, because some of them can cause you more problems rather than actually helping you get in shape and lose some pound.

If you decided to maintain the weight or lose some in the forthcoming autumn/winter season, be careful about your choice, the following 3 diets are the worst diets fr the forthcoming period of they year. Try to avoid using them, because they can create more problems than benefits.

Protein diet

This diet consists of eating proteins (meat, eggs, fish and vegetables) and total removal of the carbohydrates. This diet is known for its ability to reduce the weight in a short period of time, but the bad thing is that it also reduces the immune response to the viruses and the fly which are common in this period of the year.

Liquid food diet

The liquid food diet consists of drinking fruit and vegetable juices. But, even though the vitamin and nutrient intake that this diet provides, it is not suited for this period of the year. Is designed for the warmer period of the year, in which our body needs more fluids. In the autumn/winter period, our body need more consistent food because of the harsher weather conditions and the lover temperatures.

Eggs diet

This diet, which consists of eating the whites of up to a dozen of eggs in a day is a fast and economic way of losing weight. Even though the whites of the eggs are quite nutrient, this diet doesn’t provide the body with all the vitamins and the nutrients needed to cope with the low temperatures and the boom of respiratory infections  of the forthcoming period.

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