Compulsion of breakfast, five meals a day, “bad” foods and abundant water are common in weight loss suggestions. But is it always an one-sided diet?
Of course not. See below five truths that you will not hear often from your nutritionist.
You do not need to have breakfast
The human body is based on genes derived from large nutritional deprivation and works normally without breakfast. In addition, classical studies in monkeys have shown that even in extreme food deprivation the brain rather than losing energy increases its energy reserves. So if you do not want to eat breakfast, do not eat. You will not get fat if you omit it.
There are no “good” and “bad” foods
Unless you have a diagnosed allergy or intolerance to a food, there is no reason to remove a food completely from your diet. Just some foods are more dense in calories and should therefore be eaten in moderation, such as sweets. On the other hand many “good” foods, such as olive oil should also be consumed in moderation since it is equally rich in calories.
You can eat salt
It should be consumed in moderation. You do not have to eat every day chips, but do not even measure with obsession the salt in your diet. A moderate consumption depending on taste and mood – as our body asks for salt – is the best you can do for your body. If you are practicing systematically, then you can definitely eat a little more salt, as your body loses enough sodium because of sweating. Obesity and sedentary life are the most important factors of hypertension.
You do not need to have five meals a day
Frequent consumption of meals has a small effect on increasing your metabolic rate (while digesting them), but the total amount of food is ultimately important and not into how many “pieces” you will break it. So, in counseling for frequent meals, there are research that say this method has no significant difference in weight loss compared to eating 2-3 meals per day. In short, and with five meals a day, but even with two main meals, you can lose weight. The important thing is which of the two suits most in your everyday life.
Nor do you drink eight glasses of water
The 8-10 glasses of water that we need to drink a day is a myth. The needs of every person depend on a number of factors, such as height, weight, age, gender, physical activity levels, climatic conditions and health status. A good tip is to drink water when you are thirsty. It is the body that guides us, sending us the message of thirst.
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