What is a good diet plan.?
Topic: What is a good diet plan.?
April 25, 2019 / By Alvie Question:
What is a good diet & exercise plan to improve your internal and external body?
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Thomasin | 3 days ago
I think the best, most well rounded diet plan is one that is designed for diabetics. It has an emphasis on cutting back carbs and processed sugars, but doesn't eliminate any one thing from the diet. So the diet has a higher rate for success, since we aren't restricting ourselves entirely from a food group. I would suggest looking online or asking your doctor about such a meal plan. It shouldn't be hard to find. Diabetic diets are designed to make the person aware of what they are eating and I think you might be surprised that they will be very similar to some common expensive commercial diets, like weight watchers.
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Originally Answered: A good diet plan?
go wheat free. No pasta, pizza, bread and so on. And no food after 7
p.m. People achieve marvellous results with it. Depending on your initial weight, you can drop upwards from 20 pounds a month. If you don't eat wheat then you don't eat all those sticky, fatty goey cakes, you don't eat junk food, and you don't eat biscuits. But your diet is still balanced. It costs nothing, and you do not have to calculate points or to buy special meals or plans.
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The first thing you need to understand is that you must eat to loose wieght and get healthy.
Your body requires a certain amount of calories each day to just function, for the average male is't about 1600-1800 and for the average female is't about 1200- 1500.
That's is just to function through out the day. If you are exercising you should bump that up by 300-500 calories depending on your size. Please understand the easiest thing to do is settle on the plan that you will eat 4-6 meals per day based on getting in at least 300 - 500 calories in each meal. Obviously the fresher and cleaner the food choices you make the better. I tell all my patients and clients that Fresh is Best, Ice is Nice and Canned is Spam. I would recommend that you always attempt to get in a protein source, carbohydrate and a fat source in each meal. I do like "The Flat Belly Diet" book as they have many great tasting receipes and a great concept of eating healthy and exercising.
You probly want toi exercise 4-6 days per week depending on your personal goals. To loose weight you want to focus on cardiovascular exercise maybe 6 dasy per week and weight training on 3 of those days.
for overall health maybe cardio on 3 dasy and weight training on 3 days.
Not knowing or having a baseline fitness evaluation and overall bodycomposition test to check it is difficult to give you a personal program as your question is vague. What are your goals?
Loose weight, get fit, run a half marathon, ride a century tour, bodybuild, ect... Findiing a good trainer in your area is best done by word of mouth referral and make sure he or she isn't training you like all their other clinets with the same programs as each of us are different and require different programs.
I hope this helped. You can go to my Blog Talk radio program http://www.blogtalkradio.com/drdononline for programs on Rocket Fuel Nutrition and Increase Your Energy by 300% .
Good Luck and Have A Happy Day! Dr Don
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well,in my view :
u dont have to to do harsh things to be fit,here is easy way and work in less than weak !
1-before eating any,breakfast,lunch or dinner,have a cup of water, (before like 5-3 min from the first bite),and have another one when u finish eating,in other word,drink water before and after eating,in that case,u will not get hungry that fast !!
2-also,eating after 9 pm is bad for any diet !!
3-try to walk,(if u want to go to somewhere near,dont use the car,walking is way better than byc !!
3-of course some light exercise will make u fit very fast,(like take 15 min in a day,to do some moves to burn fat) !!
4-try to increase vegetable foods,(eat salad in ur lunch and dinner) !!
5-try to not set down in one place for 2 much time !!
6-no more, try to do those easy steps,and u will be fit in less than 1 weak !!
p.s : dont forget about the cup of water step,its very important to not let u feel hungry fast.
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Cereal Not Chocolate
Ham m Salad Sandwich
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Originally Answered: Diet plan? Good?
It's a good start, but your definitley not eating enough calories! Your body needs a minimum of 1200 calories a day and NEVER less or your metabolism will start slowing down - which in short, means you will burn less fat causing you to overtime gain weight not lose.
Your breakfasts sound great, but I agree with what someone else says, you need a little more d uring lunch and throughout the day!
Three questions/criticisms I have when looking over your foods. With your PB make sure it is all natural (Adams makes a good all natural PB), you don't want all the extra oils, sugars and syrups that are added to almost all PB. And with the jelly, make sure to buy either sugar free or no sugar added. Again, going all natural. Jelly is really bad otherwise because it contains a TON of sugar!
On Day 5 - the raviolis are really bad!
A few more options/suggestions for things to eat for you when you decide you need more options ;)
turkey burger with a whole wheat bun (or no bun!), add some veggies into your egg whites and salsa to shake things up some, buy some low carb whole wheat tortillas (also they are real low calories) and you can make salad wraps, breakfast burritos, etc with them, Fiber One cereal is actually surprisingly good, so is Kashi and also very low calorie, Sugar free jello/sugar free pudding make great desserts/snacks, freeze a yogurt in the freezer and eat it with a spoon - YUM! Raw nuts, hard boiled eggs... Hope this helps give you some more idea's! Remember eat everything in moderation! If you are exercising than you really do need to eat more like 1400-1500 calories depending on your current BMI (http://www.myeatingdisorder.com/myeating...
Hope this helps! GOOD LUCK!!!
Toni Lynne =)