Weight loss is a decrease in body weight resulting from either voluntary (diet, exercise) or involuntary (illness) circumstances. Most instances of weight loss arise due to the loss of body fat, but in cases of extreme or severe weight loss, protein and other substances in the body can also be depleted.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The steps for successful weight loss appear simple: burn more calories than you consume and you will lose weight, but it is not all that simple. Some may gain weight in the initial first week while some lose weight rapidly. When we have too many demands on our time and attention, we feel like giving up. The same goes for healthy habits. Weight loss requires a lifestyle change.
Losing weight can reduce your risk of some potentially serious health problems such as high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, some types of cancer, osteoarthritis and back pain to name a few.
The choice of limited food is one the major downsides. You cannot eat out. More weight gain after the diet if there is no exercise involved in the plan, the food can get monotonous and boring. It can also be unhealthy since you lose many micro nutrients.