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Possible Harmful Effects Caused By Past Diets

By Christopher Guerriero
Weight Loss and Energy Expert
Updated: January 05, 2009
Over the past few days, ever since New Years Eve, The National Metabolic & Longevity Research Center has been bombarded with questions about the possible harmful effects that their past diets might have caused.

It seems like everyone’s tried diet after diet in the past and are now concerned with how to fix any internal problems they may have caused.

Well to help alleviate some of the fear that’s out there, Christopher Guerriero. Founder of the NM&L Research Center answers a few of the basic questions here:

Q: “Could I have caused permanent damage by following a high protein diet?”

A: If you haven’t yet experienced any major health problems, then it’s not too late to reverse many, if not all of the negative side effects that usually follow a program like that.

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Q: “I think I’ve damaged myself internally by following this fad diets (like Atkins, the 3-hr diet, or the Sonoma diet)…HELP!“

A: First, relax! Then simply stop doing the things that you know are killing you, and start doing things that have been proven to make you healthier, leaner, and more energetic.

For example…every meal should have it’s foundation in fresh, preferably raw vegetables, then you should add a small portion of lean protein such as egg white, fish, chicken, or turkey. That’s it. That simple change will help you reverse many of the toxic effects of an unhealthy diet – and re-start the fat-burning process, getting you back into a tight, lean body.

Q: “I’m afraid to stop this way of eating, for fear of gaining it (my fat) back, what do you suggest?”

A: It’s time to make a change. It’s time to re-train your metabolism, and begin triggering the correct chemicals within your body to help you automatically burn body-fat naturally. By following a healthy diet program that’s proven to get you healthy and lean fast, your body WILL transform from unhealthy to healthy, from unfit to fit, and from ordinary to extraordinary.

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