The Dangers of Very Low-Calorie Diets

Written by the SENSA® Weight-Loss System

In an effort to lose weight, many people go on very low-calorie diets that promise rapid weight loss. However, a very low-calorie diet can be dangerous for your health especially if it’s not monitored by a professional health care provider. Here’s a look at the dangers of a very low-calorie diet.

According to the Weight-control Information Network (WIN), a very low-calorie diet of up to 800 calories per day in the form of bars or liquid shakes can cause unwanted side effects. Common side effects associated with a very low-calorie diet include “fatigue, constipation, nausea, or diarrhea.” These side effects are usually reported 4 to 16 weeks after the start of the diet, according to WIN.

There are some serious side effects also associated with a very low-calorie diet, including gallstones. WIN reports that gallstones “may be even more commonly developed during rapid weight loss.”

One of the great things about the SENSA® Weight-Loss System is that you can lose weight without deprivation. The program does not advocate a very low-calorie diet. This is one of the reasons why the product has received so many few SENSA® complaints. Under the program, users are are instead encouraged to participate in regular exercise and watch their portions.

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SENSA® advocates a healthy lifestyle with regular exercise and portion control.

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