If you want to lose weight
, you have to consume more energy than you consume
. A low-calorie diet supports you in this. However, the fastest way to lose weight is not necessarily the best. After all, the aim of obesity treatment is not a short-term improvement, but long-term success.
A radical diet program recommend therefore only the fewest nutritionists. It is not uncommon for rapid weight loss to be accompanied by undesirable health symptoms
. Hair loss, skin irritations, gallstones, dizziness and nausea are particularly frequent.
It is also not advisable to simply get started with obesity therapy. Before starting, it is important to clarify possible risks and side effects
in a medical counseling session. Regular check-ups during the diet phase are just as important. Finally the diet change
can lead to deficiency symptoms. The patient may have to supplement missing nutrients such as potassium or calcium.