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The No Crave Diet is a new one to the diet scene. So new in fact, the book detailing the diet is not available on the shelves yet, but people who are interested in the diet may pre-order their copy from the website. With so many diets on the market today, and so many conflicting views on the best ways to eat, what to eat, and how to eat food in order to promote weight loss and a healthy lifestyle, it may seem crazy to add another one to the mix.
This "diet" is unlike the conventional ones we see today. Yes, there are dietary changes to be made to ensure you are eating foods that are good for you and your body, but, the No Crave Diet also tackles mental and biological changes to help combat the cravings. Cravings and the fact people give into them are generally responsible for 80% of diet failures. The philosophy behind this diet is that by tackling your cravings, you will be able to fix the weight issue--solve this problem to solve the other one, not the other way around.
The fact is several diets do work, and the theories behind them are very valid. Many people do not see results because they are unable to follow the diet as needed or cannot stay faithful to the regimen as described long enough to see the efforts it promises. When resorting back to their previous ways, the weight they lost returns, or continues to pile on, which is where the belief that some diets do not work comes from--though, some of them really do not work. The No Crave Diet works to combat this issue, helping people understand where cravings come from and more of the mental state of being hungry so as to better be able to control the mental stigma which surrounds food in our society today.
The No Crave Diet may be used alone or in conjunction with another diet plan, as its information will help anywhere so long as it is applied. It will help ensure health weight loss at no more than a pound or two a week, by changing what you eat, when you eat, and what your thoughts and feelings about eating are--so as to no longer feel cravings for food which wreck your healthy lifestyle efforts.