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1.LOW CARBS DIET
Studies have shown that dietary carbohydrates are an important factor in the levels of T3, a thyroid hormone that controls metabolism. Studies where subjects consumed zero carbohydrates for two weeks resulted in a 47% decline in their metabolism. In addition, performance in the gym can and will be negatively impacted because glycogen is part of what’s used in the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate), the energy currency of the body. Along the same lines, 120-130g of carbohydrates per day has been shown to help maintain a healthy amount of T3s. The lowest amount of carbohydrates that has been shown to cause little change in the levels of T3 was shown to be 50g.
The fix: Don’t go on a carb crash diet. Studies show that two lower-carb days per week (fewer than 100g) is more beneficial for fat loss. Try two consecutive days per week, never going lower than 50g.
2. Neglecting Calcium
During a fat-loss diet, people usually increase protein while decreasing carbs and fats. Prolonged high-protein/low-carbohydrate diets without calcium supplementation can result in a negative calcium balance. This is because the body’s acid-alkaline balance is now more acidic, thus calcium is leached from your bones. In addition, this can lead to kidney stones.
The fix: Be sure that you supplement with calcium plus vitamin D3 to help with absorption of calcium to prevent bone loss.
3. Not Enough Food Variety
There isn’t any one food that can be considered best or better than another. Each food has an array of beneficial micro nutrients that others may not have. Therefore, when you pigeonhole yourself to consuming only one food group—such as all chicken —you magnify the micro-nutrient deficiency that is inherent in that food group.