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The fatigue that some dieters associate with hypocaloric diets is often due, in part, to dehydration, especially if they have also dramatically increased their physical activity and exercise regimens (Melanson & Dwyer, 2002). Adequate fluids also promote laxation. Losses of body glycogen and protein are accompa- 28 INDEPENDENT (UNGUIDED) SELF-HELP nied by losses of body water. On reducing diets, intakes of low-calorie or calorie-free fluids, especially water, should be emphasized. Large quantities of beverages containing caffeine and alcohol should be avoided, as they increase diuresis.
8 g/kg per day. This amount should be met during the maintenance phase of the diet. FIBER An adequate intake for fiber during weight maintenance is 14 grams per 1,000 calories of required energy, but currently there is insufficient evidence to determine an upper level (Institute of Medicine, 2005). The DRIs give an adequate intake (AI) of 25 grams per day for our reference subject, a 40-year-old female with a height of 5′4″ (163cm), a weight of 178 pounds (81kg), and a BMI of 31 (classified as obese).