The worst diet mistakes to lose weight


Lose weight. That’s the goal for many of us, and the best idea is to try a diet, but make sure you’re doing everything right. These are the 5 worst diet mistakes to lose weight.

Most of the time, when someone starts a diet, that person wants to lose weight. Whatever diet you choose, chances are that you limit yourself to one thing and prefer to eat something else.

While every diet is designed differently, there are some mistakes some people make and Jeff Nippard decided to talk about them.

Jeff Nippard is a natural professional bodybuilder who shares tips and workout routines on his YouTube channel. In the video below, Nippard wanted to share the worst diet mistakes for fat loss.

Before diving into the worst fat loss diet mistakes, Jeff Nippard wants to applaud people who have committed to doing their best to improve their body composition while dieting.

The worst diet mistakes to lose weight

1. Focusing too much on small details

There’s so much information about nutrition available online that “people focus on the little details that don’t actually do much when it comes to losing fat,” says Nippard.

An example is the switch from conventional food to organic food of the same type. An analysis of 223 studies found no evidence that organic food is more nutritious. Although organic foods are healthier, they shouldn’t be preferred over conventional foods if you want to lose fat.

2. Think in terms of “good or bad”.

This is common in the media when you see how there is a new superfood on the market, or that fats are bad and later fats are good, but carbs are bad.

When choosing a diet, it’s easier to choose one that is inclusive rather than exclusive. One that focuses on prioritizing foods, rather than excluding one particular type of food entirely.

3. Sudden, drastic changes to your diet

This is most common when a new year begins and people want to lose weight and live healthier lives. Suddenly cutting calories in half can help you lose weight in record time, but being more moderate in your calorie cutting is more effective in the long run.

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4. Relying on documentaries as the only source of information

Not all nutritional documentation is bad, but relying on it for your nutritional information can be damaging. Nippard says these documentaries are usually made by producers who have a goal in mind that they want to prove. So don’t fall for The Game Changers, Supersize Me or What The Health, for example.

5. Focusing too much on supplements

That’s not to say that supplements don’t work, but they’re nowhere near as important as a basic nutritious diet, which you should get from eating carbohydrates, fats, and protein on a regular basis. As a beginner, Nippard recommends only protein powder, maybe creatine and caffeine.

If you want to learn more about the worst fat loss diet mistakes, check out Nippard’s video below.

VIDEO – The worst diet mistakes to lose weight

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