Monday, October 31, 2011

Eating 75% of our capacity helps us lose weight

Dieting healthily means reducing calorie intake while avoiding meals with unbalanced nutrition. Some people think that dieting can be done by avoiding carbohydrates such as rice, breads and noodles. This is not the correct way to diet. Avoiding too many foods can result in the following:

  1. Rough skin
  2. No energy
  3. Anemia
  4. Increased susceptibility to disease

Precisely speaking, reducing food intake for a diet should mean reducing the excess foods consumed. These include the following:

  1. Sweets
  2. Snacking between meals
  3. Eating snacks or sweets while watching TV after dinner
  4. Overeating

As a beverage, we prefer having unsweetened teas or water rather than sodas or juices. Even when on a diet, it is definitely necessary to eat well balanced meal in order to get proper nutrition.

A healthy diet requires us to get a variety of nutrition and eating 70-80% of our capacity so that we don't end up overeating.

2 comments:

  1. Dear DietMaster!
    Ohio gozai mas, DietMaster!
    I've recently completed the Disease Reversal in 10-days program of Dr Shintani, with very successful results. Briefly, 6 months ago I weighed in at 200 lbs, and today I weighed myself at 160 lbs (20% loss). I started the program with 16 medications, and am now down to 6. I'm 100% off insulin after 12 years! Admittedly, a macrobiotic lifestyle might not be for everyone, but it worked well for me. In fact, I was inspired enough to create a food blog: http://macrobiotically-speaking.blogspot.com

    I had Google translate my food blog into Japanese, but since I don't speak or read Japanese, I can't vouch for the accuracy:
    http://tinyurl.com/ck4eovk


    You have a very interesting food blog which I plan to read over the weekend!
    About 6 months ago I took the Disease Reversal in 10 Days program of Dr Shintani.

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