Have you ever found yourself dieting longer than you should have? Have you ever spent days, weeks, or even months debating yourself on what you should do next - diet or not? Have you ever finished one diet, only to find yourself in a calorie deficit a week later?
If that is the case, then you might be suffering from chronic dieting syndrome.
You see, successful dieting comes down to a few basics - a caloric deficit, enough protein, and strength training. Over the weeks and months, with enough consistency, that leads to fat loss. It’s as straightforward as it can get.
But dieting can turn into an obsession for some, derailing them from their initial goals, and making it difficult to go back to having a healthy relationship with food.
I’ve been there myself, and I understand the struggle. So, if you’ve ever found yourself in that spot, unable to shake the need to keep dieting - despite your better judgment - then you should read on.