Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) July 13, 2013
For those that have been trying hard to drop weight and have eventually given up, frustrated and confused, more and more diet plans are taking a different approach to healthy eating and burning fat.
The latest of the diets that take the hormonal imbalance approach to weight loss is the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Plan, which was recently reviewed by the http://www.DailyGossip.org following its readers’ requests.
The key to how the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Plan works is avoiding any hormonal imbalance and aggressive diets that trigger a self-defense mechanism in the body, slowing down the metabolism and preventing fat burn. The diet’s creator, dietician and nutritionist Shaun Hadsall, explains that the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Plan will teach the consumer how not to store carbs as fat ever again, preventing thus the apparition and development of love handles and the stubborn belly fat.
According to a report published by http://www.CDC.gov more than one-third of U.S. adults being obese and at risk of type 2 diabetes, cancer and heart disease, there is not only an increasing trend in fat burning diets, but also a shift towards healthier approaches instead of surgical procedures or aggressive weight loss diets that wreck havoc in the body.
Hormonal imbalances oftentimes lead to weight gain. What’s frustrating is that the need to lose weight might have caused the hormonal imbalance in the first place. On the one hand, eating a lot of sugar and processed foods can wreck chaos in the body, by putting off hormones, which then begin to send mixed signals to the body.
The main culprits are hormones cortisol and insulin which when in high levels they boost the production of estrogen too, leading to significant weight gain and an increased body resilience when it comes to fat burning programs. High-carb or low-card diets can easily cause weight gain by increasing the production of insulin and cortisol, the stress response hormone.
The 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Plan’s approach is to avoid low-carb diets (and thus the overproduction of insulin and cortisol) and stop the storage of carbs in the body. Eating the right food at the right time helps the body stay energized with just enough carbs needed to perform daily tasks.