WEIGHT LOSS OR WEIGHT MANAGEMENT?
Two thirds of the adult population in the industrialized world are overweight, and half of those even obese. With severe consequences for health and longevity. However, cutting down the quantity of food is not enough, focusing on its quality and organization of our diet is equally important. Read on to learn more about.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
Lacking appropriate body weight is one of the leading health issues in the industrialized world. With two thirds of the adult population in the industrialized world being overweight, and half of those even obese, i.e. at least 30% beyond of what it got to be. With severe consequences for health, with special reference to cardiovascular events and all-case mortality.
However, even if you understand how important weight loss may well be for your health and longevity in general, you may still run in circles as the victim of malnutrition.
Not to be understood in this case in terms of not enough food – but lack of right nutrients, and at the right time.
As clearly indicated by recent research at the University Hospital AlvaroCunqueiro in Vigo, Spain. Scientifically verified also at, inter alia, the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL, and the National Jewish Health hospital in Denver, CO.
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT – SCIENTIFICALLY VERIFIED
Fortunately, there are ways to manage our weight with respect to quantity, quality and organization of our diet, in line with nature.
In line with recommendations of the American Heart Association (AHA), healthy diet should be made up as follows:
Mindful eating is more than just ‘grab a bite’ where and whenever you can. Rather, it is conscious handling for the best of your health.
Based on research at, inter alia, the University of California in San Francisco.
food you not only like but which is healthy with the appropriate nutrients at the same time.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend plenty of vegetables, fruits and whole grain. And only low dairy products. Proteins only from lean meats, poultry, fish, eggs and nuts.
At the same time, the CDC discourages of eating much of
in order to give your brain the chance telling you when ‘enough is enough’, to avoid over-eating – and overweight.
sitting down, without distraction by watching TV or driving a car at the same time, etc.
Short-term fasting at regular times during the day up to half a year can well initiate weight loss. With following options:
i.e. eat regular (health food) only every second day.
with no food restriction 5 days of the week and 400-500 calories less on the remaining 2 days.
I.e. limit eating to only 8 hours per day.
at certain days of the week
to eat at a certain time frame (e.g. between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.) and fasting during remaining hours of the day
A0cording to research at, inter alia,
Based on this research is also the recommendation for
Low calorie meal plan
IN A NUTSHELL
Two thirds of the adult population in the industrialized world are overweight, and half of those even obese. With severe consequences for health and longevity. However, cutting down the quantity of food is not enough, focusing on its quality and organization of our diet is equally important.
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