the worse diet advice ever:
1) Low fat diets are good for you…
Some fats are actually good for you and your body needs them.
The body needs fat for energy, tissue repair and to transport
vitamins A, D, E and K around the body.
Don’t try and follow a low fat diet. Instead eat plenty of unsaturated
fats (and even some saturated fats that are good for you).
2) Diet foods can help you drop pounds…
Diet foods can actually make you fatter.
You may be doing yourself more harm than good by scanning labels for
the lowest calorie and fat counts.
Prepackaged diet foods can have a lot of sugar and trans fat.
3) The more you cut calories, the more weight you’ll lose…
A lot of people make this mistake and they’ll gain weight in the
Cut your calories too far—below 1,000 a day—and you’ll end up
decreasing your metabolism and muscle mass.
To get the most out of the calories you do eat, choose whole foods
such as fruits and vegetables, lean meat and fish, raw nuts and whole
grains that are as close to their natural state as possible.
They have a higher “nutrient density” than refined foods, because
they pack more vitamins and minerals into fewer calories.
So make sure you DON’T follow the diet myths presented above and
that you DO follow the best diet advice found here in this presentation:
Jax 24/3/11 ©