MAYO CLINIC: "Is yo-yo dieting making you fat?"

Yo-yo dieting, also called weight cycling, is a pattern of losing weight and then regaining it. It's commonly thought that yo-yo dieting leads to long-term struggles with weight and a greater risk of obesity.


Numerous studies have tried to determine if these concerns are valid. Researchers recently reviewed 31 studies on weight cycling and its relationship to obesity and diabetes. Here are some of the findings:


  • A total of 19 studies examined the effects of weight cycling on metabolic risk factors for obesity. Of these, more than half (58 percent) found an association between weight cycling and increased weight and body fat, specifically belly fat, subsequently increasing the risk of obesity.

  • Eight studies examined the impact of weight cycling on weight gain and obesity risk. Three studies reported that weight cycling appears to increase the likelihood of future weight gain.


  • Of the studies that looked at risk of type 2 diabetes, the majority (76 percent) concluded that weight cycling did not increase blood sugar levels nor risk of type 2 diabetes.


Thus, the researchers concluded that there's inconclusive evidence to support a connection between yo-yo dieting and increased risk of obesity.


When I heard about this, what I wanted to know is how. Why does our body store less food as fat in the morning? Eat More Calories in the Morning than the Evening.


  • Focus on eating healthy (Non-GMO Grass-fed beef / organic poultry, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds).
  • Eat less carb (White rice, white bread, and pasta).
  • Exercise (Or walk twice a day at least 30 minutes if possible).
  • Drink min 6 glasses of spring water daily.
  • Don't snack between meals.
  • You can incorporate good quality grass-fed concentrated weigh protein as one meal replacement for dinner.  
  • Check your pH body alkaline every morning and try to keep it between, 6.9-7.1
  • Don't stuff your self when you eat! (Chew your food and eat slow. Enjoy...)
  • Eliminate fast food, junk food, beverages, sugar, cakes, refine baked goods, and cans food.
  • Eat fruits separate from meals / within 90 minutes after meals.


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