There are … many popular diets, so we thought we could make a simple video We investigate whichever is scientifically appropriate, and is already paying off. If we look at the issue from the outside, it will look like a simple equation: your weight is determined by balancing The number of calories you enter into your body, and those you burn. By changing what you eat or By changing your activity rate, you can lead that equation to gaining or losing weight, Which in turn leads us to the first category of these diets: Calorie compliance system. Some companies like Wet Watchers claim that you can eat whatever you want, As long as you don’t exceed your calorie limit per day. Even getting all your calories from fast food is allowed, But from a health point of view, it’s important to keep in mind the nutritional value of foods as well. If you don’t consider this, you are at risk of heart problems, food shortages and other chronic health problems.
Calorie restriction regimens with optimal nutrition or CRON diet generally reduce calorie uptake by about 20% You continue to take your daily dietary requirements. For example, instead of eating a whole apple, the person who follows this system will only eat the crusts. Which contain most nutrients. If used properly and not excessively, the limiting system can be considered a safe and effective way to lose weight. Next, a carbohydrate reduction system. Many diets like South Beach, Atkins or Zone Diet are suggested Carbohydrates are the archenemies of that slim body you’ve always dreamed of.
The idea lies behind the belief that when more carbohydrates are analyzed and the whole amount is not burned, the liver converts them into fat. But for most healthy and somewhat active people, carbohydrates are broken down into glucosomes and transported to cells for energy, Very little is converted into fat. In response to the excessive amount of glucose, the body uses insulin to convert glucose into glycogen, which is stored in the liver and muscles. This glycogen can be used later in times of low glucose, to nourish the body. But the type of carbohydrate you feed on is really important – those you get from simple sugars like honey, fruit or sugar They are easily converted to triglycerides or fats rather than to complex carbohydrates such as cereals and vegetables in general. If you keep eating too much, and most calories are simple carbohydrates, they will turn into fats. Carbohydrate control systems impose strict controls at the beginning, no starches such as bread or pasta, No sugars from fruit, or even from alcohol.
This can lead to some obvious side effects which include constipation, dry mouth, bad breath, fatigue, dizziness and nausea. Studies suggest that carbohydrate regulators tend to lose weight faster, in the early periods, compared to With those who follow calorie restriction regimes, but this is due to water loss, Which comes back later in the late stages when you are supposed to eat normally. Moreover, the Atkins diet, for example, encourages calorie intake from high-fat and high-protein sources, Which means meat, cheese, cream, butter and … weight loss? That sounds great, doesn’t it? But many doctors show concern about taking too much saturated fat – Those that lead to ‘bad’ cholesterol and therefore lead to an increased risk of heart disease.
Others claim that these types of diets are dangerous and unhealthy, citing they support the reduction of foods Carrots, sweet potatoes, or apples, which in turn provide the body with micronutrients and vitamins. Conversely, people need to take supplements, which the body cannot absorb as efficiently as vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients in foods in general. After that, there are also concentrated protein diets. The basic principle is that protein-rich foods require more energy to digest, and are not broken by the body as easily as carbohydrate-rich foods.
This means that you will not feel hungry quickly, and will be more amenable To make a difference in calories (the number of calories burned is greater than the number of calories used), compared to the same amount of calories from carbohydrates The Paleo Diet as an example, tells us that 10 thousand years ago, agriculture appeared The human diet has changed from hunting and eating systems, meat, wild fruits, vegetables and nuts, to more grain-based systems. As a result, some believe that the human body is not designed to digest such processed foods as cereals, dairy, and bread. Some believe that pills lead to tumor-related health problems, But this is far from the truth except in cases of digestive disorders. Because of the direct method of this system, you may find it easier to follow, as it encourages the absorption of more nutrients. However, because the Paleo system blocks all grains and legumes, we are losing an important dietary fiber source to make our intestines work nicer. No need to mention that the concentrated protein leads to the production of nitrogen, which means unpleasant gases! Add to this constipation, which allows digested substances to stay longer in the large intestine to …
Yeah. More unpleasant gases. And now there is another type of diet we can call “just stop eating” Those who are looking for the phrase “Get a sporty body quickly” may be tempted to eat cabbage soup only for 7 days, Or follow a “mass-cleansing diet” that only allows you to drink salt water in the morning and a mixture of water, maple extract, lemon and red pepper all day long, And slimming tea in the evening. – But all those systems are very unhealthy. Not only because most of the weight you lose is the weight of water in your body, But because there are many side effects such as feeling dizzy, fatigue, dehydration and nausea. A “mass-cleansing diet” can lead to the phenomenon of white tongue, which some claim is the result of toxins leaving your body, But in fact, this phenomenon is due to a dry throat.
After all this, you will probably gain the weight you lose when you stop following the system. Then of course there are many crazy systems. Like eating cotton balls dipped in soup or juice to give yourself a feeling of satiety, which in turn does not provide any nutrients It can cause bowel obstruction which may require surgical intervention. Or what about a sleeping beauty system where you just sleep? You can’t eat if you’re always sleeping! In fact, most fast and dramatic results-based systems have a yo-yo effect.
You burn weight at first but also lower your metabolic rate, so your body starts burning fewer calories. And when you eat again … you have your former weight to gain again and even more! After six years of “Biggest Loser” participants – some of whom lost hundreds of pounds in seven months – scientists noticed something exciting. Most of the study participants not only gained weight, Their metabolic rates have changed. Someone now burns 800 calories less than the average person! This is six years after leaving the program, which shows how these harsh methods of weight loss – despite their success at the time they were followed – Have a long-term effect on your metabolic rate, Making it difficult for you to control your weight in the future. The hard truth is that even with the use of organized diets, 97% of people earn everything they have lost and more in 3 years.
If you want to lose weight, it’s important to find a system that works with you and keeps you excited, with the simple changes that follow. Of course, a number on the scale does not determine how healthy a person is, Although there is a lot of conflict over this perception. If you or someone you know has eating or weight problems Visit the description box for this video to find links to more information Translation: Team Translated @ autrjim .