More Tips -3 main mistakes people do when trying to loose weight

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Hello All,
Here today more weight loss tips.

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Here are tips to lose weight with some I agree and I DO follow with other I DO NOT:
1. Keep a Food Journal (I do)
2. Drink 6 Cups Water a Day (I do)
3. Eat More Greens (I do)
4. Cook with Fat Free Broth (I do)
5. Eat Whole Grains (I do)
6. Measure Everything (I don’t)
7. Use Skim Milk (I don’t)
8. Take Your Time Eating (I do)
9. Use Smaller Plates (I do)
10. Exercise (I do)
11. Eat more Seafood (I do)
12. Use meat as condiment (I don’t)
13. Eat More Fiber (I do)
14. Eat More Vegetarian Meals (I don’t)
15. Eat Healthy Snacks (I do)
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But look below at 3 major dietary mistakes during weight loss, a lot of people makes.
This is by no stops weight, metabolism slows down, you are getting more desperate, hungry and angry.
All these errors are based on facts and research published in well-known journals.
MISTAKE # 1-EAT PROTEIN INSUFFICIENT
Protein is the best ingredient in the fight against weight loss. It is the cheapest, tastiest and easiest way to lose weight with minimal effort.
In fact, protein is the king of all the components of diet, firstly because
– Increases metabolic rate and, secondly, helps to reduce appetite
– Our body to burn protein, consume up to 100 calories a day more
– Protein is filling and it is easy to eat.
People who ate 30% more calories from protein, automatically eat about 441 calories less per day. They were not hungry and did not have a “wolf” appetite. No snacking between meals because they do not feel hunger.
If you want to lose weight in a healthy way with minimal effort, you should increase your daily protein. This way, works well in patients whose weight has stopped. So what is your daily dose of protein? The recommended daily intake of protein is:
• For the average woman sedentary 50 grams per day
• For the average guy leading a sedentary lifestyle 60 grams per day
Of course, these quantities depend on the amount of muscle mass and physical activity. Active people should consume more protein.
If a lot of walk, run, swim, or intensely you exercise, you probably need more servings of protein, eg. Athletes consume about 1.2 – 1.4 grams per kilogram of body weight.
If you increase the amount of protein, you’ll be well on your way to drop pounds and inches in the circuits of the body.
How much protein in the protein?
Did you know that 1 egg weighing 46 grams has only 6 grams of protein and 100 gram portion of chicken is only 21.80 grams of protein, not 100!
Is excess protein damages the kidneys?
Many people are worried that excess protein can damage the kidneys and lead to osteoporosis, but there is no scientific basis for such a theory. In fact, higher intake of protein helps lower blood pressure and helps in the fight against diabetes.
Consuming protein is helpful in the treatment of patients with kidney problems, but generally speaking, there is no evidence that high protein intake in healthy subjects has negative consequences for health.
MISTAKE # 2 YOU CUT ‘WRONG’ CALORIES
Usually when you start to lose weight, you stop eating it, literally. The truth is that the only really effective way to lose weight is a “cut” of carbohydrates.
A diet with a small amount of carbohydrates help to lose 2-3 times more than a low-fat diet. Such a low-carbohydrate diet is ideal for people suffering from type 2 diabetes, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, hypothyroidism, very obese and suffering from metabolic syndrome. Low-carbohydrate diet also helps to regulate blood sugar levels and blood pressure. It has been reported lowering triglycerides and bad cholesterol.
Mistake # 3 YOU EAT LOW FAT MEALS
Mainly products reduced calorie products “light”, “0%”, skimmed milk. These products are in the greatest stupidity I’ve ever done with normal food!
The truth is that the low-fat diet may be used by a person healthy and slim. In contrast, people who want to lose weight, suffer from type 2 diabetes or have metabolic syndrome, should avoid such a diet “like the plague.”
Even proven that a diet low in fat can reduce levels of good HDL cholesterol and increase the density of bad LDL cholesterol.
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