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One of the biggest steps is to reduce the overall caloric intake of the patient without depriving them of nutrients. The Dr. Bernstein Diet gives its patients the right food combinations to help stimulate their metabolism. Also, the diet provides many of the calories from healthy fats, so that fat is burned.

This process of breaking down fat into calories that can be used is called “ ketosis.” Ketosis has led to a very efficient way to lose weight and has inspired the “ ketogenic diet.” The fat from the body is broken down into ketones, which are molecules that can supply energy to the brain. Eventually, the brain and the body become trained to burn calories from fat instead of calories from carbs. As long as the patient doesn’t take in any excessive carbohydrates, this process works very well to release energy stored in the fat cells, thereby eliminating body fat.

Another aspect of the Dr. Bernstein Diet is to break the sugar cycle. This is done by eliminating simple carbohydrates and sugars from the diet and by being in the state of ketosis. With reduced carbs, the body turns to its fat stores and breaks down fats to release energy. With no carbohydrates, the body shifts into ketosis, a form of fat metabolism. This helps stabilize blood sugar so that cravings for sugar are reduced, and the patient doesn’t feel tired.

The aim of this diet to familiarise patients with the right kinds of foods, and proper portions, that will provide the ideal level of nutrition while breaking down fat stores. Research has shown that starving or depriving the body does not help with weight loss. A healthy breakfast and dinner with a snack in between do not hinder weight loss.

To ensure that the body is getting adequate nutrition and that health receives a boost, the Dr. Bernstein Diet gives its patients the necessary vitamin and mineral supplements. This is an important part of the weight loss plan. The plan works to give patients the right food in the right quantities, so they don’t feel the side effects of typical fad dieting such as hunger, cravings, fatigue, and headaches.

Dr. Bernstein provides B-12/B-6 multi-vitamin injections. The supplements are given in this format so that they bypass the intestinal tract and are better absorbed. Some users argue that the shots get pricey, however, it does provide a boost of energy while following a strict low-carb diet. Some users are concerned about the prolonged use of the injections, and the prolonged increased metabolic rate. The long-term effects have not been scientifically studied, nor published.

Research was conducted to measure the effects of multivitamin and mineral supplementation during a weight-reducing program. The results showed that multivitamin and mineral supplementation during a weight-reducing program helped reduce appetite in women. [2]

Often, when people lose weight, they develop a shallow, gaunt look. They end up losing lean tissues from the face, neck, and chest. Eventually, the skin starts sagging and wrinkles set in. This is why increasing numbers of middle-aged dieters are developing a condition known as ‘diet face.’ The Dr. Bernstein Diet does not let that happen to their patients as the weight is lost properly and from the right places. [3]

The Dr. Bernstein Diet comes with frequent 1-on-1 visits with doctors and nurses that help the patients keep track of their progress and make sure they’re following all guidelines. People often need some support and motivation when it comes to weight loss, which is what the Dr. Bernstein Diet will provide for its patients.

Some studies have shown that losing weight on your own isn’t impossible, but it is always easier with a support group. People who undertake a weight loss program with other supportive people find it easier to lose weight and retain a healthier lifestyle. [4].

Many people have medical complications due to excessive weight. Hypertension, osteoarthritis, high cholesterol, and diabetes are just a few of the complications that occur due to obesity. Being overweight strains the heart and can lead to a host of health problems, including heart disease.

It is not necessary to lose all the weight to see an improvement in overall health because even losing 10 pounds can ease the strain. The Dr. Bernstein Diet tackles the health problems of their patients and treats them along with the weight loss. Some patients can even eliminate or reduce their dependence on medication. [5].

Once the goal weight has been reached, it is necessary to maintain it as well. The Dr. Bernstein Diet offers its patients a customized Maintenance Plan that helps gradually reintroduce most foods back into the diet. They give patients the tools and guidelines to maintain their new healthy weight for life.

A long-term follow up is also recommended to make sure that behavior changes are in place and continuing. This Maintenance Plan is crucial because many people find it hard to maintain their new weight. With low-fat stores, areas of the brain involved in food rewards become active, so people find it hard to resist eating all of those delicious, high-calorie foods again. Often people show less restraint when eating after a long time of dieting. [6]

With the Dr. Bernstein Diet, patients don’t necessarily need exercise to be successful in losing weight. They do recommend exercise to patients who can exercise, to improve their overall health and fitness. Exercise is healthy, but if patients just want to lose a few pounds then devoting a lot of time and energy to exercise isn’t essential. Often a patient only needs to cut back on the high carb, high sugar intake and they will see a big change in their weight. [7]

• Foods containing, as a significant ingredient, products whose names end in -ol or -ose (dextrose, glucose, lactose, mannitol, mannose, sorbitol, sucrose, xylitol, xylose, et cetera), except cellulose; also, corn syrup, molasses, maltodextrin, et cetera Sweet or Starchy Vegetables

Vegetables -Keep in mind that one serving size, which is equivalent to 2/3 cup of whole cooked vegetables, 1/2 cup of diced or sliced cooked vegetable, 1/4 cup mashed cooked vegetables, or 1 cup of mixed salad has approximately 6 grams of carbohydrates: