According to Nick Pineault, if the intake of calories is clearly established at the level of 2000, and after previously receiving more of the same in 2500, his body is under the influence of certain survival instinct necessarily have to quickly adapt it to this level of calories consumed. And that's when the weight loss necessarily stops. But Nick Pineault also says, you know that the human body is very smart. And the survival instinct necessarily induces him to even greater real caution, and of course, this caution will be primarily focused on the creation of new reserves. You can also learn new principles and ideas by Nick Pineault
suddenly it and just keep giving only 2,000 calories - well, perhaps
it's good! Nick Pineault, of course, will reduce its energy needs, say
up to 1700 calories, for example, and the difference in the same 300
calories necessarily postpone reserve. And here and there some quite
paradoxical thing: although this person and eats much less (and his
entire body, respectively, of course, gets a lot less calories), though
it still starts slowly but better. We must say at once that in this
particular case, the survival instinct of any human body really is not
much different from the same instinct, for example, some dogs that just
bury all uneaten bones, almost dying at this time directly from hunger.
So burying food, it just creates some reserves for himself, though
really is still hungry - such is embedded in it a real survival
instinct. The same thing happens with some victims of the notorious and
very famous theory of caloric balance.