This article will explain why you're having trouble losing body fat:
The Myth of Low-Calorie Dieting for Weight Loss Exposed
Wednesday, September 30, 2009 by: Elizabeth Walling
- It's interesting to note the World Health Organization DE CLAREd that starvation begins to occur under 2,100 calories per day
- To avoid the disaster of low-calorie dieting, we must define the term "low-calorie." It has come to have different meanings over the years. Not long ago, 1,200 calories per day was the standard number for dieting,
So many people cut back to 1,600 calories per day and assume this is not low-calorie dieting.
- The body will stop clinging so desperately to stored fat when it no longer fears starvation because it's receiving proper nourishment from food.