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Old November 13th, 2007, 12:34 PM posted to alt.support.diet.low-calorie
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You know for sure that taking in a liberal amount of food would not
result to weight loss. And so is deliberate starving or skipping
meals. When trying to lose weight, it is important to have diet plans
and strategies. Including food that help weight loss is equally
important. Dietary changes combined with exercise programs and
supplements will result to a long-lasting weight loss.
Food groups
A diet plan consisting of balanced food groups is a must-have. Food
that help weight loss should be included in a diet plan. These include
food groups that are rich in fiber and protein. Eating food rich in
fiber such as fruits, vegetables, cereal, and bread can control
cravings. These food groups makes you feel full for hours and can stop
hunger pangs. Food rich in lean protein speeds up your body
metabolism. In every meal, food rich lean protien should be included.
These include tofu, red meat, egg whites, beans, and chicken breast.
Fat burning food
Fat burning food groups include citrus, dairy, fruits and vegetables.
Lemons, oranges, grape fruits and tangerines are examples of fruits
included in the citrus group. When picking fruits and vegetables, pick
those that are rich in cellulose. These include cabbage, carrots,
apple, watermelon, blueberries, and asparagus. For the dairy group, go
for white cheese and low or non-fat milk and yogurt....

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Old November 13th, 2007, 10:52 PM posted to alt.support.diet.low-calorie
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On Nov 13, 3:34 am, "
wrote:
You know for sure that taking in a liberal amount of food would not
result to weight loss. And so is deliberate starving or skipping
meals. When trying to lose weight, it is important to have diet plans
and strategies. Including food that help weight loss is equally
important. Dietary changes combined with exercise programs and
supplements will result to a long-lasting weight loss.
Food groups
A diet plan consisting of balanced food groups is a must-have. Food
that help weight loss should be included in a diet plan. These include
food groups that are rich in fiber and protein. Eating food rich in
fiber such as fruits, vegetables, cereal, and bread can control
cravings. These food groups makes you feel full for hours and can stop
hunger pangs. Food rich in lean protein speeds up your body
metabolism. In every meal, food rich lean protien should be included.
These include tofu, red meat, egg whites, beans, and chicken breast.
Fat burning food
Fat burning food groups include citrus, dairy, fruits and vegetables.
Lemons, oranges, grape fruits and tangerines are examples of fruits
included in the citrus group. When picking fruits and vegetables, pick
those that are rich in cellulose. These include cabbage, carrots,
apple, watermelon, blueberries, and asparagus. For the dairy group, go
for white cheese and low or non-fat milk and yogurt....

http://groups.google.com/group/weightlosslnfs


There are some mis-statements he

1) Foods do *not* burn fat. Only your own body will every burn a gram
of fat!
2) Protein does *not* increase your metabolism. Your body runs on
sugar, whatever the original source of that sugar may have been (fat,
protein or carbohydrate). Without the sugar, you die. Which is the
problem with diabetes. Too much sugar is deadly, not enough sugar is
even deadlier. You have to constantly be in the right balance, and
that's no easy job.

3) Nothing against cellulose, but nothing much for it either. It makes
good paper and cardboard, if there's enough of it. Eat veggies for
their low caloric value, vitamins and minerals, anti-oxidants and
micro-nutrients.

The whole "fiber is great" theory has been proven a bust. Take enough
to stay regular, and don't expect any other benefits from it - because
it doesn't have any. Fiber is an inert substance the body can't break
down, like a gift for Christmas that you can never open up. Aside from
assisting in avoiding constipation, and irritating your intestines and
colon, somewhat (especially if you get dehydrated), it's only use is
if you (quite wrongly), stuff yourself with fiber to avoid any
possible feelings of hunger.

Which is surely unhealthy, and bodes ill for a successful diet in the
long term. As a dieter, you can't be afraid of an occasional hungry
feeling. That's perfectly normal, and healthy. Non-fat people feel it
regularly, and even come to enjoy it, knowing it makes the food
they'll eat soon, taste even better. It's not something to run in
fear from. No one has ever died from feeling slightly hungry between
meals.





 




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