Yo-Yo No More: How Dieting Harms Your Health
January 6, 2014•9 min
There are over 100 million dieters in the U.S., and these dieters will make at least 4-5 attempts per year to change their unhealthy habits. Are you one of them?It seems like every day there is a new diet on the market or new nutrition information that has been linked to better health and wellness. You, being intrigued by this new way that can help you lose weight, may think there's no harm in drastically changing your diet... yet again.Is there?Constantly changing your eating habits, such as limiting your food intake or completely eliminating groups of food can be associated with serious diseases that can damage your overall health, and could be potentially life threatening.There are over 100 million dieters in the United States, and these dieters will make at least 4-5 attempts per year to change their unhealthy habits.Are you harming your health by constantly changing your diet?Nutrition Advisor for Fitness Magazine, David Grotto, RDN, LDN, explains why constantly dieting can affect your health in a major way, as well as tips to maintain a healthy lifestyle throughout all the diet "noise" in our society today.