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Sunday, January 8, 2012

Truths and Myths about weight loss

Myth: Some foods have zero fat
All foods have fat, even a grilled chicken breast is fat. So to lose weight permanently eliminate fried foods from your diet and use only olive or vegetable oil and sunflower in small quantities.

Myth: hot water burn fat fast burn fat and eliminate weight depends on the amount of food eaten and the number of calories eliminated. There are few foods that speed up metabolism (eg caffeine).Fasting Drinking hot water or hot tea after a meal does not eliminate a single gram of fat that is ingested or that already exists in your body. The ideal intake is to eliminate or decrease the maximum amount of fat intake and do cardio.

Truth: You can eat healthy food in fast foods
Fast foods can do no harm if you learn to eat a balanced way. Grills, salads and other healthy foods can also be found in fast foods. Keep an eye on the amount and form of food preparation, no fat, and preferably never fried.

Truth: To lose weight you must eat in small amounts throughout the day
Your body needs a certain amount of calories and nutrients every day to work well. If you skip meals during the day, are more likely to compensate in other meals. A healthy way to lose weight is to eat small amounts of food divided into five meals, which should include a variety of nutritious foods and low in fat.

Myth: all that is natural is good for health
is considered a natural product that is not necessarily safe for your health. Some products sold on television without guidance from a physician are not usually scientifically tested to prove whether they are safe or work. Check with your doctor before using any product, natural or herbal weight-loss.

Myth: Eating at night fattening
Of course, at night the metabolism is slower. It is important to eat easily digestible foods such as vegetables, soups, juices, fruit. No matter what time of day you eat, how much is eaten throughout the day that makes you gain or lose weight.

Myth: Fad diets are great for losing weight
Fad diets are not the best way to lose weight. These "diets" usually severely limit or prohibit certain types of food. Be wary of any diet that restricts the major food groups in the long term. The food should be healthy and balanced. By following a low calorie diet with a good balance between carbohydrates, proteins and fats will lose weight without harming your body and will be less likely to regain the lost weight.

Myth: red meat is bad health ' 
Red meat, chicken, pork and fish contain saturated fat and cholesterol. However, contain nutrients that are important to health as protein, iron and zinc. The size of a serving of meat is about the size of a deck of cards. Select pieces of meat have less fat and remove any extra fat before cooking.

Truth: watching TV and eating fattening
Try not to snack while doing other things like watching television or using the computer. If you eat meals and snacks in the kitchen or dining room, will be less likely to be distracted and will probably become more aware of what and how much you are eating.

Myth: I can eat whatever I want and lose weight
is to lose weight but to renounce to some groups of foods such as sweets, fried foods, pasta, etc.. After reaching the desired weight, simply become aware that to keep the weight will have to adopt new lifestyle habits.

Remember that no willpower no result. Each choice is a waiver. Change eg biscuits, fried foods, cereal bars, cereal bars by light or thin, baked goods, fruit, food, lights, etc..
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