Monday, October 27, 2014

Diet - Eat more and lose weight

Do you have enough of these studies? Do you have enough about secret diet or miracle pills? Every day, there is a new study, saying the opposite of the first one.

Everyone knows that a diet is going to help you to lose weight but if you don't change your style of life, it will come back.

Everyone knows that sugar is a poison.

Everyone should know that if you eat everything is normal quantity, you will lose weight or you won't gain any.

Here the latest link: Looks Like The Medical Establishment Was Wrong About Fat

Read more: http://www.mensjournal.com/health-fitness/nutrition/why-experts-now-think-you-should-eat-more-fat-20141020#ixzz3HMp65OwQ

I believe of balance and eat everything. During the 90' in France, Montignac wrote a book "Eat more, Lose weight" - it was a big success in France. The problem is that you have to cook more and today it is very difficult with our style of life, kids sports, both parents working... My mom used to cook for us like that all the time.

The person should change their eating habits. For example you should replace the consumption of unhealthy macronutrients with the healthy versions like “good” carbohydrates and fats. Your body will “detoxify” and specific functions of metabolism like insulin secretion will work at a normal rate. This phase is relatively easy and does not include any restrictions on the amount of food. However, it is selective in relation to the removal of certain foods (“bad” carbohydrates) or consumption in a particular way at a particular time of day. These meals are balanced and include a variety of food since they are rich in protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals. Normally there is no feeling of deprivation at this stage, because the person eats as much as he wants to avoid hunger. It is necessary to mention that it is very important to eat three meals per day. This means that you should not miss any meal and also you should avoid snacking between meals.


Here the link of montignac - http://www.montignac.com/

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