Diets do not work properly for everyone. In fact, they can substantially affect the body, causing deficiencies and other conditions due to limited intake of essential nutrients.
Here’s why to stop dieting and what are the healthy principles to guide you when you want to lose weight!
Ideally, a weight loss program should be tailored to the individual needs of the body. With the help of a specialist you will be able to lose weight in a healthy way, without endangering the proper diet of the body with vitamins, minerals and nutrients.
Patricia Rusu, nutritionist, reveals why it is not a good idea to keep a diet for weight loss and also what you need to do to lose weight in a healthy way.
We see ads and commercials with one diet or another, everywhere, but I’m sure you’re wise and you don’t fall in love with them, do you? We all know that fast diets are never sustainable in the long run. Whatever they are. But, if you still can’t cope with them and they tempt you, here are 4 basic principles to guide you!
THINK ABOUT WHAT YOU CAN ADD,
NOT WHAT TO TAKE OUT OF
Being more aware of what you eat and avoiding a restrictive diet is reduced to food education, so that you can make informed choices. Things like good bowel health, a careful and balanced diet that includes all food groups can help you make better choices.
COLORFUL BALANCED PLATES
Think about where you find healthy carbs, where are the proteins and where is the color? A variety of vegetables not only gives you fiber for the gut, but you get a number of micronutrients. You need a portion
low in healthy fats to help absorb fat-soluble vitamins from vegetables. So everything on the plate, if balanced, works well together!
MAKE YOUR OWN SNACKS
Combine a handful of nuts with dried fruit to make a healthy snack. They will give you vegetable protein, healthy fats and fiber. They also contain vitamins and minerals, including magnesium and iron, which help reduce fatigue!
HEALTHY PRINCIPLES FOLLOW, NOT RULES
If the rules are broken, people tend to feel guilty, so they say principles. The four
My “Rs” are:
- “Respect your body” means remembering to feed your body and if you treat it correctly, it will take care of you instead.
- “Fill your body” – means eating regularly and not skipping the main meals of the day.
- “Rehydrates” – about 60% of our body is water, so continue to replenish it.
- “Recover” – we need to be active and rest. There are so many links between stress and poor health “, writes Patricia Rusu on a social network.
Source: DoctorulZilei by www.doctorulzilei.ro.
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