As the challenge of increasing excessive weight becomes more and more prevalent the answers tend to increase just as quick. The latest questionnaire show that more than 35% of citizens of Mississippi and Alabama are obese while only 20% of residents of Colorado fit into that classification. Exactly what is the most effective approach to eliminate bodyweight? Is there one diet regime better than others?
There sure are a great many diets. Low-carb low-fat, all-vegetable, uncooked, paleo, gluten-free, and on, and on. What kind should a person pick out? Is there one diet plan that's been shown to be head-and-shoulders better than others for fat control? If so, how might you determine out which one it really is? Searching to book stores probably will not be terrifically very helpful, as it will likely take precious time to sort through the 100,000 or so diet regime titles that presently populate shelves. Searching to the web may be complicated, too, as you'll instantly come across dueling dietary " experts .". One expert will tell your diet must be low fat, another says the fat does not matter and it must be low carb, and still others tell you no processed foods or organic food. Who do you believe and where do you start?

Just what if there were many “best weight loss plans”?

Here the scientific literature is beneficial. It turns out that there is a continuing 18-year-old study project called the National Weight Control Registry-a 10,000-plus participant computer registry of people who've lost more than 62 pounds and kept them off for five years. What this study reveals that there are no absolutes to good results. Successful weight loss can take many forms. Some did it gradual, others very rapid while still others followed a low fat diet and still others eliminated all carbs. Many successful dieters followed weight watchers while others eat prepared meals. The number of “diet plans” was enormous. Although the approach they used to get rid of their weight differed greatly there are some important common traits of successful weight loss losers. Here is what is common to most of the dieters:
1. Breakfast- the common trait is that 95% of dieters did not skip breakfast
2. Eliminated one or two bad foods—whether it was ice cream, chips, burgers or fries, most dieters found the two most important causes of their weight gain and then eliminated them.
3. Decreased TV time by at least 30%
4. Exercised regularly- not nearly as common as breakfast, but some activity is needed.
5. Most organized their diet so it could be continued indefinitely.

The very best diet plan is the one that will keep your calories lowered, your hunger at bay, your cravings managed, and provides a person with a regimen that is not simply one you can withstand, but rather one you can honestly enjoy. The reason there are so numerous diet regime guides and specialists out presently there is that there genuinely isn't one perfect approach for everyone.

Author's Bio: 

Richard Lipman M.D, board certified endocrinologist, internist & weight loss expert has treated tens of thousands of adults, children and families with weight & metabolic disorders. He is the author 6 new diet books including New Pounds & Inches at