A common, but little known side effect of dieting is the loss of muscle mass along with fat. The human body uses muscle to burn calories. When muscle is lost while dieting, it inhibits your ability to burn calories post-diet. Even worse, you will replace that muscle with fat and if you diet again (and most do, because most dieters regain their lost weight within 5 years of dieting) you will again lose muscle and further diminish your ability to burn calories.
This is why the backbone of the Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method is...Protein.
Unlike carbohydrates (sugars) and fats, protein satisfies your appetite and supports muscle mass. Therefore, when you embark on a protein based diet, your protein consumption will support muscle mass retention.
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