Losing Weight Without Dinner – Dinner Canceling

If you suffer from excessive weight, most probably you have wondered about the best way of losing weight. With today’s access to different nutrition programs, it is not a problem to try them all and determine that yourself. However, what if they do not help or what if you need an urgent result within a very limited timeframe?

Recently, the dinner canceling movement has been gaining more and more fans. People with excessive weight start it not only to lose weight but also to bring additional benefits to the body – to become more fit, to get rid of cardiovascular problems and conditions and to look younger.

Here is the basic information about the brand-new trendy diet adored by millions:

  1. The basic principle of dinner cancelling is obviously not to have dinner. You are allowed to drink water and, especially when you start the nutrition plan, to eat a sour apple of other type of fruit, but not more than 100 grams.
  2. The main benefit of dinner cancelling for you is that you do not have to restrict yourself during breakfast or lunch – you are allowed to eat what you got used to within reasonable limits.
  3. Dinner cancelling is working! It is proved as one of the most advantageous weight-losing methods by many researchers. Among additional dinner cancelling benefits – skin rejuvenation, better metabolism, better functioning of many organs of your body and less load to your joints.
  4. The method is rather fast. It helps you get rid of 1-5 pounds per week, depending on the specifics of your body. Adhere to it if you need to lose weight already next week.
  5. Getting rid of harmful cholesterol. Usually, the food we are consuming for dinner or after is laid in our bodies as the layer of fat causing harmful blockage of vessels with cholesterol. It was determined that dinner cancelling has a positive effect on the decrease in the level of cholesterol.

Not to Forget

Like all methods of losing weight, working quite fast, it is extremely important to stay hydrated at all times. At the same time, before and during the weight-losing process, you should be cautious of its operative effect and try to consult the dietician or your physician. It might happen that you cannot use this method due to some other health conditions that you might have. It might also help to start a diary of weight loss, where you are required to write your nutrition, your weight and the planned results. It is a very useful tip to organize the process. If you decided to adhere to the dinner-canceling worldwide movement, do it very carefully and write about your achievements in the comments – this would help other readers make their decision.


  1. I've been doing no dinner for close to a month and have dropped 20 pounds. I eat breakfast and lunch…none of this snack nonsense, unless I'm truly hungry, I don't worry about my fat/carb intake at either meal, I just eat a heathly portion of whatever! This works fantastic and I feel fantastic. I'm 41…my skin since doing this is wonderful from head to toe…totally different then when I've lost weight in the past by following fads etc. Do I eat dinner occassionally…yes, and it's usually on the weekend, but if I do eat dinner, then I'll just make sure it's before 6:30 p.m.

  2. Recently I started the no dinner diet, I have never felt better!!! I am a type2 diabetic. In 1 month I lost 22lbs. Personally I have come to the conclusion if breakfast is the best meal of the day, then dinner is the worst. I use to intake 1.5K to 2K calories per day as told to me by my doctor. Then it donned on me one day, when was this 2K calorie data collected originally, which shows people living in the USA who work 8-5pm jobs need 2K calorie diets? I sit in a cubical for 10 hours a day there is no way my body possibly can burn off or in any way needs 2K calories!!! Now with the removal of dinner I am eating ~800 to 1K calories per day. I have a decent size lunch, and for dinner I have juice from 1 apple, 4 carrots, and 3 celeries. Then I work out about 400 calories of speed walking, weight lifting. Technically I go to sleep with about 3-4 hundred calories in my body. I don?t believe I need much more, as I feel great and by blood sugar levels are great and medication has been cut back on.

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