It is currently Wed Jan 18, 2017 12:43 pm
CronicBadger wrote:The debates about commercial weight-loss shakes have raged back and forth across this forum for years. Generally, they seem to suit some people who need the daily regimen and short "quick fix". But for others their weight-loss falters or even reverses once they have completed the course and gone back to eating real food. For either a quick kickstart, or rapid, controlled weight-loss for the short term, they seem fine (if rather expensive).
As soon as the artificial constraints of a regime of diet shakes are removed then I suspect some people simply have not developed any skills to make portion control choices about real food and will be doomed to repeat the shake-cycle once their weight rises again to an unacceptable level. To summarise: shakes may not give a person the opportunity to practice good eating habits that last for the rest of their lives.
Personally, I think a person's chance of long-term weight-loss is greater if they learn to take control of their food intake themselves through formation of good eating habits, via discipline and education.
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