On Diets

 

Top 3 Best Diets for Weight Loss

1. Power in Protein

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  • Why Protein?
    – Many people choose to undergo diets that are focused mainly on protein intake for losing weight. This is because a lot of research has been conducted resulting in conclusions suggesting that diets that are high in protein will aid dieters in controlling their appetite and their calorie intake. One research had even concluded that diets that include taking in 30 percent of protein is taken as normal and reasonable, and that a diet may only be called high in protein when the dieter is taking in more than or equal to 50 percent of protein in food intake. On the other hand, another research conducted concluded that high protein diets, accompanied by moderate carbohydrate intake and regular exercise and physical activity, will help reduce blood fats and will help regulate lean tissue whilst eliminating fat as use as fuel. And according to this study, this will all happen without the dieter experiencing constant hunger – a side effect often experienced by weight loss dieters.
  • Taking In More Protein – For those of you who think this diet would suit you best, here are a few basic tips when undergoing the high protein diet:
    – When eating meat, make sure you choose round or tenderloin cuts.
    – Snacking and working out? Yup, it’s possible! Yogurt and hard boiled eggs are good examples of post-workout snacks.
    – Some good meal selections are smoked salmon and edamame beans. (Not necessarily together)

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2. Going Vegan

  • Explaining the Vegan Diet
    – Before anything else, it would be best to talk about what veganism actually is and how they differ from vegetarianism. Vegetarianism is a dietary practice in which one excludes any form of meat in their diet, be it red meat, seafood, and poultry whilst veganism on the other hand is a dietary practice which follows the same principle as vegetarianism, but with the addition of the idea that one should not eat any animal products. This means that vegans are not only disallowed to eat meat, but also eggs, dairy, and any other animal produce. This means that to be vegan, one must eat fruits, vegetable, whole grains, nuts, seeds, leafy greens, and legumes exclusively. The vegan diet is certainly the complete opposite of the high protein diet, seeing that meat, the high protein diet’s main diet food, is eliminated completely from the vegan diet.
  • Benefits and Weight Loss Explanation
    – Weight loss is very likely when going on a vegan diet, especially if it is strictly and religiously followed. The reason this is so is because vegans are known to eat fewer calories, weigh less, and have significantly lower body mass indexes when compared to their dietary opposites, the meat eaters. But because of the diet regimen followed by vegans – a diet filled with fruits, vegetables, and whole grains – they’re sure to eat more without consuming as much calories, making it easy for them to stick with the diet.

3. Keeping it Balanced

  • The Five Principles

    1. Capitalize on Fruits and Vegetables
    – Fruits and vegetables are your new best friends. Unlike meat, fruits and vegetables will help give you that full feeling without giving you all that calories. Aside from this, you also get tons of vitamins and minerals your body needs.

    2. Keep Protein in Mind

    – Just because fruits and vegetables are your new best friends, that doesn’t mean that meats and poultry shouldn’t be trusted! While fruits and vegetables will give you the vitamins and minerals you need, meat will give you the sufficient protein your body needs for proper weight loss.

    3. Yes, Carbs are Important

    – The reason why carbs are very important in a balanced diet is because the sugar from fruits shouldn’t be your sole source of energy. Carbs are generally known to be less in fat, which means you get the energy you need for the day – without stocking up on fat.

    4. Stocking Up On Dairy

    – Stocking up on energy, avoiding fatty foods, vitamins and minerals, and a protein filled diet won’t be enough for you to be able to maintain a properly balanced diet. You also need calcium for your bones, keeping them strong and healthy, which helps avoid osteoporosis and arthritis later in life.

    5. Sugars, Salts, and Fats Are Your New Enemies

    – As it was mentioned above, sugar should not be your energy provider; that’s why carbohydrates is a must. This is because too much sugar, particularly white sugar can be unhealthy and may be a factor in getting diabetes. Too much salt on the other hand, whether it be table, kosher, or sea is generally bad for you as it may lead to gallstones. Fat, is not necessarily that much of a medical risk so as long as you keep it in moderation or take a fair amount of it

    – but too much may lead to obesity and cardiovascular issues; the former being the complete opposite of what a weight loss dieter is working for.

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