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Clarck
25-06-2011, 08:39
Hello friends....!
What are diets that should be taken during dieting...? If anyone knows then please reply me...Your suggestions will be appreciated....Thanks in advance...!
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BoZz
25-06-2011, 13:58
You should not be on a "diet" if you are a normal person and not either grossly over weight or under. If you are then the first step would be to figure out the cause/s for the deviation which includes examining your life style, eating habits and level of daily activity. Plus a medical evaluation.

Please do not be sucked in by this DIET industry. A lot of remedies are within your hands and free of cost, for example improving the quality of your intake over quantity by choosing wisely what to eat and what to avoid. Get plenty of exercise and you will feel like a million dollars most of the times and even save both your health and pocket in the process.

Going further there are no BEST or RIGHT diets. As no two humans are alike, so no one diet will effect you in a manner similar to someone else's outcome. Each body reacts in a different manner.

Lastly, remember when you "diet" basically you deprive your body of some or more essential ingredients. When this happens, your body will immediately shut off and go into starvation mode, i.e. to save itself which is a built in safety mechanism in all of us.
Thereby slowing down your metabolic rate.

In the above change the body will store what you eat as fat since it is functioning in starvation mode and when you fall slowly back to your normal eating after a while it will be like over loading the system which is running in slow mode. Hence bottom line, you will end up gaining more weight than you started off with.

So here we are, life is about making choices, time for you to make yours.

Hans.KK
25-06-2011, 14:29
What are diets that should be taken during dieting...?Eat regulary during the day, eat balanced, do some exercise every day, minimum 20 minuts, allow you self to sweat.
Too much of any of the above is not good.

You may have a problem or not, it all depend on:
Your weight
Your height
Your age

HansKuepper
03-08-2011, 18:43
Most of all - any diet should be balanced, low fat, regular sport and is a mode of life, not just two month of restrictions. There are many professional diet centers in Moscow, and if you like a less expensive version try DietaOnline.ru, they have an excellent platform in Russian. http://www.palitra-pitania.ru/ourservices_eng/internet_eng/?lang=en

robertmf
03-08-2011, 20:01
You should not be on a "diet" if you are a normal person and not either grossly over weight or under. If you are then the first step would be to figure out the cause/s for the deviation which includes examining your life style, eating habits and level of daily activity.

Lastly, remember when you "diet" basically you deprive your body of some or more essential ingredients. When this happens, your body will immediately shut off and go into starvation mode, i.e. to save itself which is a built in safety mechanism in all of us.
Thereby slowing down your metabolic rate.

In the above change the body will store what you eat as fat since it is functioning in starvation mode and when you fall slowly back to your normal eating after a while it will be like over loading the system which is running in slow mode. Hence bottom line, you will end up gaining more weight than you started off with.

So here we are, life is about making choices, time for you to make yours.

:9456: You are what you eat :nut: Beans & rice + a multi-vitamin will supply all your (necessary amino acids) physical needs, but become rather boring rather quickly.

It's balance in life ... gotta be copacætic :)


"All things in moderation, including moderation" :drink::drink:
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