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|Written by Veneta|
|Thursday, 13 October 2011 16:15|
If you are on a diet there is a big chance to start fearing some foods after dieting for so long. You've been adjusted to certain foods which you consider as good foods and you are ready to do anything possible just to stay in shape by avoiding the bad ones.
Here is a brief look at some important tips you should implement that will help you maintain a positive relationship between food and diet.
Healthy or Unhealthy Food
You should start looking at the food as a healthy way to nourish your body which will benefit you overall. The idea is to stop thinking about the food as a bad or good thing. The most important is the nutritional value of the food but not only the calories you are consuming. Very often low calorie foods could bring more damage rather to assist you in your weight loss plans.
Sugar free and fat free foods together with diet soda can make you fat. They wiil not give you any energy and nutrients. Simply the toxins they contain will be stored in the fat cells on your thighs, butt and belly.
Have a Plan for Cheat Meals
If you want to maintain a healthy relationship with food you should have once in a while cheat meals in your dietary plan.
Note: Make sure that you are not going to cheat every day.
Take Diet Breaks from Time to Time
Taking diet breaks is necessary for your metabolism. Sometimes people who are on a diet tend to maintain their weight by keeping low calorie intake. This might help you to lose weight but when your body is used to low calorie food very soon you will realize that every single bite you take will be stored as fat.
This happens because low calorie diet puts your system on starvation mode and your metabolism slows down as well. As a result instead of keeping the weight off you will gain it back again.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 23:59|