Make it a lifestyle, not a duty.
Being healthy, worth?
Fad diets are bad diets
Examples of these diets can be:
- The baby food diet (eating only baby food)
- -The water diet (serious lack of food, do not attempt this one)
- Cookie diets
- One food diets
- Whole food diets
- Low carb diets
Most of these fad diets limit entire food groups and food in general. These are extremely unhealthy forms of dieting and have a high rate of failure. Usually, after these diets, the person is most likely to gain the weight they've lost and sometimes even more. Since these diets are not a lifestyle, they offer temporary results and cannot provide long lasting results. Fad diets do not focus on healthy eating, but are hasty for the results of the desired body.
Now, you will learn the right path to having your desired looks, healthily.
A foolproof method to upgrade the quality of ones life is through exercise. Exercise can incorporate so many benefits such as the reduction of diseases (diabetes) and provide long lasting results to losing weight, and it's done safely too.
This form of eating means that you balance all the important food groups into your diet. Eating junk food won't help, but neither will starvation. Make sure you are eating the right foods, and in the right amounts. (A further examination of this later)
The Marriage of these two
Balance is key, and when it comes to losing weight it is 80% diet, and 20% exercise. This means that both come hand in hand in losing weight but more importantly, leading a healthy lifestyle.
What do I need to eat?
- 5-11 servings of grains/wheat
- 4-5 servings of veggies/legumes
- 3 serves of fruit
- 3 serves of dairy
- 1 serve of poultry
- 1 serve of extra food (snacks that are junky)
These are just a rough outline, but in short remember to eat tons of veggies and cut out unhealthy stuff. The key to a healthy lifestyle is to be aware of what goes in and out of your body and try to enjoy a variety of food too!