Diet Tips and Weight Loss Tips – Always Believe What You Read
We live in such a fast paced world today that it has become necessary for us to take what other people are saying at face value since we don’t have time to check into everything ourselves. Following a great Weight Loss Diet Plan can become a very difficult task if you are not following someone proven diet plan.
NOT, be careful, there are many diet tips and weight loss tips being thrown out there that actually aren’t accurate at all.[ad#Diet 200×200]
- Diet Tip and Weight Loss Tip: ALL Fat’s Should Be Cut from Your Diet.All Fats should be completely cut out from your diet is just a myth.Actually, some fats will even help you lose weight.Surprising, right? Don’t get it wrong – too much fat will absolutely lead to more disease, but a bit of fat in your diet does keep you more healthy.
Some Fats allow the body to take in vital nutrients and to help you feel fuller for longer periods of time, which allows you to end up eating less.
Some foods that are high in fat but are actually good for you (and can help with you with your diet and help you weight loss) are nuts, fish, and olive oil.
There are some Good Fat’s out there.
- Diet Tip and Weight Loss Tip, Cut out as many calories as you can! Skip meals to your heart’s content. This is another LIE. I have just two words for you, Starvation mode. :(
When you eat low calorie meals all the time, your body can go into starvation mode. Before you skim this over, thinking it couldn’t happen to you:the calorie level for starvation mode is much less than you would think. And when your body goes into starvation mode, your metabolism slows down and your ability to lose weight becomes very hard.Once your metabolism slows down, it’s hard for you to lose any more weight. At best, your weight loss efforts will just stagnate. It’s possible you will begin to regain your weight back.An when your diet slips and you increase your calorie level. That fat will just rebound back in just a few weeks.
With this in mind, it’s not shocking that meal skippers tend to weigh more than people who eat their meals on a frequent basis.
So here it is. Don’t always believe what you are being told, even from me.
Go check for yourself and think about it.
Don’t always believe conventional wisdom because I found it to be usually wrong. And don’t always believe what you read in the paper or on the internet – not even in the venerated New York Times.
OK, that last one means even more today then it has in a long time.
It seems like the News Media has now become just another political party and the National Enquirer all in one. In fact it seams that the tabloids are more accurate then the major news organizations. Go Figure!
Always evaluate EVERYTHING. TEST TEST and TEST.
Because even then you might have it wrong.
Rachel has lost 100 pounds herself, and is passionate about helping other people do it too. She has been featured in Woman’s World, among others.