Dieting often means temporarily changing your eating habits in order to reach a goal. Often that goal is losing weight but sometimes it is gaining weight, improving overall health or addressing a medical condition.
First Steps that you need to do when Starting a Diet.
1. Changing you eating habits.
Stop eating the fast foods because they contain a lot of sodium (daily amount 2300 mg of sodium per day)
Next would be sugar in your daily diet should be. The American Heart Association recommends that women eat less than six teaspoons of added sugar every day, and that men should not eat more than nine teaspoons of added sugar. That’s about 100 and 150 calories for women and men, respectively.
Now lets talk about Protien. Proteins are made up of amino acids. Think of amino acids as the building blocks. There are 20 different amino acids that join together to make all types of protein. Some of these amino acids can’t be made by our bodies, so these are known as essential amino acids. It’s essential that our diet provide these.
Proteins are part of every cell, tissue, and organ in our bodies. These body proteins are constantly being broken down and replaced. The protein in the foods we eat is digested into amino acids that are later used to replace these proteins in our bodies.
Protein is found in the following foods:
- meats, poultry, and fish
- legumes (dry beans and peas)
- nuts and seeds
- milk and milk products
- grains, some vegetables, and some fruits (provide only small amounts of protein relative to other sources
The daily Fiber needed pure day for human consumption.
How much fiber do you need? Women need 25 grams per day and men should get 38 grams per day, according to an Institute of Medicine formula based on getting 14 grams of fiber for every 1,000 calories.
Top sources of fiber are: beans (all kinds), peas, lima beans, soybeans, chickpeas, black-eyed peas, artichokes, whole wheat flour, barley, bulgur, cornmeal, bran, raspberries, blackberries, and prunes.
Good sources of fiber include: lettuce, dark leafy greens, broccoli, okra, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, potatoes, corn, snap beans, asparagus, cabbage, whole wheat pasta, popcorn, nuts, raisins, pears, strawberries, oranges, bananas, blueberries, mangoes, and apples.
Water Should be apart of your diet.
Natural cleansing involves water flushing built-up toxins and waste out of your body, leaving you feeling better than ever before! There are many natural methods you can use to detox and cleanse your system, varying from specific cleansing rituals which quickly clear out your system, to food, drink and lifestyle choices that you can sustain long-term. Read below to find a natural cleansing method that works for you
Walking is a basic movement we use every day, but it can require discipline to walk enough to gain health benefits. It’s recommended that individuals take at least 10,000 steps each day for exercise, which can be measured with a Pedometer.
Pick an easy first walk. Make sure that no matter how far you get from your starting point, you are able to get back there. Walking on an oval track no more than a quarter mile around should be perfect.
- If you feel comfortable in extending the walk past what you initially set, go for it! As aforementioned, walking is less physically taxing than most activities, so don’t be afraid to exceed your goals
|Safe And Easy Weightloss
How I lost 20 pounds in 21 days without using pills or drugs on a tasty Mediterranean Diet, you can easily do the same if you truly want to.