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17 Day Diet Nuts Allowed
Lipids: 300mg a day would be a good limit but I wouldn't drive myself crazy over it, I recommend trying to cut fat consumption back as much as you can tolerate, if not enough to reach goal, we can add meds. ...Read more
Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
I started going to a diet dr. And the diet she reccomended doesn't allow me any dairy, bread, fruits, starches of any kind. Is this healthy?
Eat balanced diet: Restriction diets that limit lots of different "good" foods may work in the short term, but such diets are not meant to be followed for a long time. A simple rule of thumb is to cut back on calories by eating smaller meals and avoiding snacks. Exercise to tone, and to burn calories. Keep in mind that fat=9 calories/gram whereas proteins and carbohydrates =4 calories/gram of food. Eat healthy! ...Read more
Should I allow myself less calories for the next few days to compensate for the binge, or just to start off fresh with my normal diet tomorrow?
Is beyond diet a good option to choose to start a diet? They allow only to eat organic foods and they don't allow wheat, soy and corn. I am starving
Yes, no need 2 starve:
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avoiding simple carbs like wheat ; corn is a well-proven method of losing weight-try quinoa instead! I don't feel all soy should be avoided-fermented soy like tempeh ; miso are ok in moderation. I avoid all those for a month every spring ; don't starve at all-see comment:. ...Read more
If moderate exercise: If one does some mild or moderate exercise, for 30-40 minutes, 3-4 times a week, she will likely stimulate his muscles enough to maintain them. On a "very low" calorie diet, she can get into trouble if the calories are too few (his body may break down muscle for fuel). Thus, "very low" calorie diets should be adjusted into "moderately low" calorie diets, which also have better long-term success. ...Read more
How can I best put on muscle on a vegetarian diet that doesn't allow for eggs? Also, I suspect I am lactose intolerant..
Plant-based protein: To build muscle eat more calories than you burn using healthy whole food sources like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and beans/nuts. You will be getting plenty of protein if you eat a variety of vegetables and legumes. You will of course need to train hard and get enough rest to recover between workouts. Do these things consistently, and you will see results. Many body-builders are vegans now. ...Read more
Ketonic diet for insulin resist 35f? allow for stable blood sugars, feeling better and weight loss? No carbs = no sugar spikes/crash & fat burn? Good?
Every day-moderation: There is no need to limit nuts, as they are among the healthiest of foods, though raw unsalted nuts may be healthier than salted roasted nuts. Almonds & walnuts are especially healthy. Chocolate is actually good for you if it is dark chocolate with at least 70% cocoa solids- probably up to 2 ounces a day. If sweeter chocolates then consume less. If a food gives you joy then enjoy it in moderation. ...Read more
Any number of: Reasons. But any time you make a significant change to your dietary intake and/or activity levels, you may notice any number of changes in your gastrointestinal tract including bloating. Just keep an eye on things and try to take note if any particular food or activity really leads to this, as it may suggest that you need to avoid one aspect of your present diet. ...Read more
Revised diet concept: The "lose 3500 calories to drop a pound" idea now is overly simplistic. Disappointing reality is that when you begin to lose weight, your metabolism slows, hormonal & neurologic changes occur. The greater the progress you make the tougher it gets to lose more pounds--your body tries to defend its weight! You have to eat even fewer calories to maintain rate of loss. Ref: Washington Post, 7/29/2015 ...Read more
Healthy weight loss: The absolute best way to lose weight is and always will be lifestyle choices, diet and exercise. You should: 1) track what you eat, try to calculate how many calories you eat per day and slowly try to decrease that number 2) start a manageable, consistent workout regiment (working out 30 -45 min/day for 4 days) 3) make sure you are managing your stress 4) plenty of sleep - 7 to 8 hours. ...Read more
The "best" diet: Is not a diet, it's learning how to eat properly and exercise daily for the rest of your life. If you burn off 3500 calories that you don't eat, you'll lose a pound. The name on the diet doesn't matter. Eat healthy and exercise. Weight watchers and similar programs can provide good support. Stay away from fads and supplements. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
Diet and exercise: The best way to lose weight is eating a healthy, low-glycemic index (lean protein sources and colorful/green vegetables, avoiding starches and beverages with calories) diet and increasing your physical activity until you can exercise for 30 minutes a day. If you do this and maintain this change you should see steady weight loss. ...Read more
Feel Good Lifestyle: Do not diet="die"+"t" create a new lifestyle you will enjoy: eating frequent, healthy, tasty small meals. Walk as much as u can, drink 80-100ozwater/day (squeeze citrus for flavor). Every3hr/day, eat palm-sized portion of lowfat protein+complexcarb (1/2cbrnrice, 1pcbrnbred, 4crackrs). 3tbs butter/vegoil/day. 4fruit+5veggies/day. Join online support (like the biggest loser)to keep you feeling motivated! ...Read more
See below: I would need to know much more about you to answer that basically if you exercise like walking 3 miles per day you will increase yor BMR making it easier to lose weight with mainmoa change in diet the same is true for more strenous exercise like running, treadmill or exerbike. ...Read more
Diet: Calories in are an important part of weight loss. That is not to minimize the importance of exercise and activity, however, if you eat one slice of cheesecake at a restaurant (600-800 calories) you would have to walk for 2 hours to burn those additional calories. Many are not aware of the caloric value and fat content of their diet. Ultimately both should be incorporated. ...Read more
None: There is no fast weight loss since you have to burn off 3500 calories that you don't eat in order to lose one pound. A good diet is one you can follow the rest of your life. Eat healthy, avoid fatty junk food, eat three meals a day without snacks, restrict portion size, eat a balanced diet, exercise. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. Learn to eat right, not diet. ...Read more
Almost any: Almost any where you take in fewer calories than you burn off. It's 3500 calories to gain or lose a pound. See a good registered dietitian. Weight watchers offers good support. Good luck. Avoid supplements, fads and the like. Don't get your information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
Balance the two: If you have adipose tissue to lose (not everyone does), then consider an increase in cardio and a balanced diet. However, do not always do the same exercise or you will increase your risks for stress injuries. Mix things up with walking, running, biking, swimming, or circuit training. Ultimately you need to burn more than you consume. ...Read more
Track your calories: Focus on foods you like that are healthy, track your food intake and limit your portion sizes. By keeping a calorie count you will know where you are in your daily allowance. See choosemyplate. Gov for sample recipes and menus - also a great food tracking and goal setting program. You can create your own best-tasting program as long as you keep good track of what you put in your mouth. ...Read more
You'll lose ~ 1 lb/ month by eating 100 cal/day less that your usual intake
so get rid of 3 pieces of bread a day, or its equivalent in other foods, and you'll loss 3 lbs / month. ...Read more
There is a weight loss diet marketed as eat-stop-eat. It involves fasting for 1or2 days/week. Does anyone have experience of the eat-stop-eat "diet.
Can be helpful: This plan is based on the way primitive humans ate. Before agriculture developed food was caught or foraged and the amount available was not consistent. This meant long stretches without any food. The theory is that now we consume all day every day but our physiology is still similar to our ancestors. If you have no medical problems and take no meds you can try on your own otherwise seek advice. ...Read more
Can I use little milk in coffee because iam in a weight loss diet so milk is not allowed but can I use it in coffee in little amount?
I cannot think of anything wrong regarding milk. Who said milk is not allowed?
Keep working towards weight loss but don't forget to exercise regularly. ...Read more
Portion control: Portion control is the best method of controlling calorie intake. There is a teen section on weight watchers you may wish to visit. An easy way to implement this diet is to leave 10% of everything on the plate or glass and never take second helpings. See weightwatchers. Com. ...Read more
It is potentially: Bad without a weight loss diet. Alcohol has 8 calories per gram and the average drink is 15 grams of alcohol -120 empty calories. It robs you of vitamins, damages pretty much every organ system in your body, and is converted to fat if it's not burned for energy. Why would you think vodka is good for weight loss? I am concerned you have an alcohol problem, and recommend looking into it, plus diet. ...Read more