New Year diets could cause weight gain

If you are planning a diet in 2016 you might want to consider the consequences first.

New Year diets could cause weight gain

Those planning diets for 2016 could put more weight on than non-dieters, according to leading Weight Loss Hypnotherapist Michael A Cox investigated the eating patterns of those people planning on dieting in the New Year.

He explained the possible consequences of planning a New Year diet, and said: "Most people look at weight loss or dieting as something negative, something that represents sacrifice. This is why many people that want or need to lose weight will actually consume more over the festive period. They have communicated to themselves that they are going to diet or from an evolutionary perspective, experience a famine, and are over consuming as a way to prepare."

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