As mentioned in the introduction, there are a number of situations that might warrant a crash diet and I want to discuss those in this chapter. Then, after two quick chapters of basic nutrition physiology, I'll get into the brass tacks (what does that phrase mean anyway?) of doing the diet.
I want to make the point again (since my critics tend to be a little slow on the uptake) that, in almost all of the situations I'm going to describe, my ideal is that individuals take the sane and slow approach to fat loss, set up a reasonable diet, lose weight/fat over an extended period until they reach their goals. As per the introduction, when idealism and reality collide, it gets ugly and there are situations where crash dieting is necessary, preferred or simply required. I may have missed one or two but I think I cover all of them below.
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