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Have you ever started a diet – looking for amazing results – only to be left disappointed and frustrated?

Or, did you start a diet – experience AMAZING results – only to see those results disappear after you completed the diet?

If you answered yes to either of these scenarios, then this information is FOR YOU!

You see, there are many problems with weight loss plans.

Yes, they may work for immediate, SHORT-TERM weight loss

But they may FAIL in long-term WEIGHT MAINTENANCE – or the ability to keep the weight OFF after you stop the plan – which does nothing but ruin your self-esteem and confidence.

In a minute, I will reveal to you – a plan – to lose weight AND keep it off – stripping away years of unwanted fat around your hips, thighs, butt, or abs!

And this type of plan resulted in 22 percent more FAT LOSS than a high carbohydrate plan alone!

Different Diet Plans and Weight Loss

By now, you’ve heard all the different weight loss plans out there.

Paleo, low-carb, high-carb, low-protein, high-protein, the blood type diet…

The list goes on and on!

For some people, each diet may have their own unique ability to help them lose weight.

And if you combine the diet with an exercise program, then you may see even MORE impressive gains (eh, loss!) than you ever thought possible.

Now, the problem hits when you are simply looking for short-term weight loss – which all the different diet plans may do – and you stop after completing or reaching your weight loss goal.

This could be when your weight starts to creep back up.

Now, I am not going to tell you that each diet plan is bad – to each their own – but today I want to let you in on a little secret.

If I told you this secret is so POWERFUL that it may help you LOSE WEIGHT and KEEP IT OFF, would you be interested?

Here’s the secret: Moderate-protein and low-carb diets may be MORE effective than other weight loss plans for losing or maintaining weight loss AND altering your lipid profile.

And, there’s research to PROVE it!

Moderate Protein and Low-Carb Diets

Over the years, there have been numerous studies that show that higher protein diets may be better for weight loss than a diet high in carbohydrates.

General recommendations currently state that just 15 percent of your daily nutrient intake should come from protein sources.

However, a new study recommends that you up that intake – to 30 percent – to burn MORE fat, lose MORE weight, and change your cholesterol levels – for the BETTER.In the study, the group with the higher protein intake lost 22 percent MORE FAT than the carbohydrate group – and this was at just after FOUR MONTHS.

And get this – the protein group had MORE people finish the study AND had greater improvements in body composition at the end of 12 months – than the carbohydrate group did!

Basically, the higher protein group may have INCREASED lean muscle mass, which could have boosted weight loss and FAT LOSS.

Plus, a higher protein diet may have been effective at lowering total triacylglycerol levels…

Increasing HDL cholesterol levels…

And having a better ratio between the two!

What does this mean: This plan may not just be for weight loss – but may also improve heart health as well!

The Wrap Up

If you have struggled with weight loss – or keeping the weight off after you’ve lost it – then maybe a moderate protein and lower carb plan may be just what you’re looking for.

Including a moderate amount of protein into your daily plan may result in greater FAT LOSS, better overall health, and improved blood fat levels.

And this may boost your weight loss and improve your overall heart health.

Author Details
Lifestyle and Weight Management Specialist Your Fitness University
Lifestyle and Weight Management Specialist and Myofascial Release/Self Massage Specialist. Since 2006, I have helped thousands of clients and readers make lifestyle habit changes with my 5-Star Body Transformation Plan, where YOU are the main STAR. The 5-Star Plan helps you to achieve better long-term health, which includes body transformation and ideal body weight. I do not recommend fad diets, quick weight loss gimmicks, starvation diets, weight loss pills, fat burner supplements and the like.

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