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The drawback of the following study was that there was no follow up of the subjects.
Disclaimer: It is a belief that rapid weight loss is often related to more weight gain thereafter, and therefore less weight maintenance. At present the subjects are being followed up for maintenance of the weight for at least the next three years.
Researchers have now shown that the best way to lose weight is to lose a lot of it at once contrary to popular belief even among doctors that weight should be lost slowly. Researchers compared a rapid diet to lose around 3 pounds a week over 3 months, to a gradual 9 month diet to lose 1 pound per week in subjects weighing over 220 pounds. This study shows rapid weight loss appears to be superior to gradual weight loss in achieving target weight.
The findings show that near 80 percent of those on the rapid diet achieved the target of losing 15 percent of their body weight within the determined period, while only 48 percent of those on the gradual diet met that target. It explains that the reasons could be entirely related to motivation and psychological stimulation. When on a rapid weight loss diet, it explained that the 3-pound weight loss per week keeps them going. On a gradual diet program the occasional 1 pound weight loss makes it difficult to keep trying. It was also seen that four in the gradual and one in the rapid diet quit before the end of the study. However, use caution when self dieting in this manner. Don't do it by yourself... create a plan with your doctor or a dietician first, and follow up with them regularly.
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