‘pregorexia’: Extreme Dieting While Pregnant

Restrictive dieting harms your health in seven major ways

I felt like I did this to her When Baumann delivered her second child, she had gained only garcinia cambogia 18 pounds, compared to the 32 she gained during her first pregnancy. Her daughter developed seizures during the first months of her life, which her doctor said were possibly connected to the poor nutrition she received in the womb. I felt like I did this to her, and I blamed myself and my eating disorder got worse, said Baumann. Nearly 10 years later, she finally got treatment by going to the Remuda Ranch in Arizona, a residential treatment center for women with anorexia and bulimia. Her daughter, now in her 20s and perfectly healthy, was angry at her mother when she found out what she had done during the pregnancy. I had to let her be angry at me, said Baumann.
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Chronic or frequent dieting can easily lead to a host of nutrient deficiencies and may even encourage significant rebound weight gain. If these risks frustrate you, or you’ve been frustrated by dieting before, read on and choose nutrient-dense diets high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes over plans that insist on paltry portions of bad-for-you foods. Loss of muscle Muscles are important for keeping fat in check by burning calories and keeping metabolism high. During a low-calorie diet, your body usually isn’t being given enough protein to maintain its muscle. As muscle is burned for energy, it becomes more and more likely that what calories you do take in through food will be stored as fat. Rebound overeating It’s expected that you will use your willpower to overcome cravings while dieting.
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