Friday, January 22, 2010

The 6 Biggest Myth's About Dieting, here"The Truth About Weight Loss."

Let me preface this news story with the notion that I truly, indeed detest the word diet, but for simplicities sake… I’ll use it!

All of our behavior results from the thoughts that preceded it, so the thing to work on is not your behavior, but the thing that caused your behavior, your thoughts.
- Dr. Wayne Dyer

Eating less in every day calories (food/nutrients), than your maximum metabolic needs causes your body to burn muscle & store fat.

The stark reality is that sometimes eating small can be a literal roadblock in attaining a lean fit & healthy body.

For most of its history, the human race was subject lock, stock & smoking barrel to the whims & fancies of dear elderly Sister Nature, where our nutritional needs were concerned. When the conditions were right, food was plentiful; when they were not, the populace starved. As a result, evolution shaped our progenerators bodies in such a way that during times of plenty, they could pack on layers of fat to provide them with the sustenance they needed to get through the lean times…not the ‘fit’ times, the ‘LEAN’ times!

This is what is called the 'Starvation Metabolism' response, where the body, when deprived of adequate calories, will change to require fewer calories to function. As a result, dieters often regain the weight they lose immediately because they have starved their body in to becoming a "fat-storing machine." Sadly the truth!

At present, obesity is pervasive in wealthy nations like the U.S. So what in the heck happened to moderation & balance? impacted are those of us of European & Eastern African origin, whose forbearers needed bodies that could efficiently manufacture fat reserves to outlast the periodic famines. As a direct result, lots of of us have become corpulent, mostly because it is hard for us to fight the natural tendencies of our bodies to accumulate fat. Currently, some 64% of Americans are fat & over two third are fat.

& as evolution would have it, humans became skilful at mastering their environment, nevertheless, famines grew rare, & the built-up fat reserves often went unused; our ability to manipulate the environment had exceeded nature's slow practice of adaptation.

But what is the best way to lose weight (fat)and to regain a healthy state of body composition?

With that being said, as contemporary living human beings, they don't must permit nature to get the leg up on us (nature nurture then nurture nature). Being fat & more specifically, over-fat is not healthy, for those of us who suffer from conditions like hypertension, diabetes, heart conditions & other insufficiencies of adequate, abundant health.

The answer to that query is this: Vigilantly.

As you might have guessed, there's to be accurate, thousands of specialized or Doctor/Guru-ized diets, procedures, dieting devices, miracle pills, powders & the like out there, all of which promise you they'll help you get lean & sleek. A quantity of them actually work, but how can you tell which ones? How do you thread your way through the plethora of dieting on your way to a healthier, slimmer you, without setting off self-destructive behaviors that can incapacitate your dieting efforts?

If you are adamant about your health & well-being & require to attain ‘real-results’, keep this truth in mind… “You can lose weight & keep it off”. Peranent weight loss can happen. The purpose of this news story is to help you along the way as you edify & create the management skills necessary to accomplish success by identifying the most common weight-loss myths that can perplex you during your expedition. We have left out the miracle claims & preposterous matter in favor of presenting more reasonable-sounding myths that an smart person might be beguiled & enticed by. Let's start with the most omnipresent myth.

While persuasive & a small facetious, it is nevertheless true. Some things are palpably false, fraudulent, misleading or basically prey on our innermost desires; for example, there is no magic pill (never will be), grapefruit or otherwise, that can in an isolated form cause you to shed the pounds. New-fangled fad diets don't work, & neither do most of the "scientific" ones that are so fervently promoted. Despite this, Americans are willing to spend over $50 billion a year on fad diets & gimmicks, when in fact the most effective dieting advice comes down to this: Expend more calories than you consume! What I refer to as the one (2) E’s, Exercise & Eat Right! Get it! To Ease!!! To ease all that ails us.
This, they know is true; it is difficult to assemble the willpower necessary to… belly-up to such an audaciously disagreeable proclamation.


THE MYTH: Avoiding meals can assist you in losing weight faster.
THE TRUTH: Erroneous, Incorrect & Blatantly WRONG! This is Taking The Low Road!

It seems logical, like its consequence ("the fewer calories you eat, the more weight you'll lose"), but it is not true. The effect is the opposite of what you expect. Dieting is based on the fact that if you burn more calories in a day than you take in, your body will start burning fat. While this is true, if you expect to lose weight effectively, you require to maintain eating regular meals, breakfast.

Depriving your body of its necessary fuel & nutrients causes it to go in to starvation mode; when this happens, your metabolism slows down so that you can get by on small to no food. Three times your metabolism slows, it can be difficult to bring it back up to momentum, & until it regains its pace, normal eating will cause you to gain more weight.

It can be a vicious cycle that is excruciatingly difficult to break. In addition, bypassing meals can make you feel lightheaded & weak, can have venomous effects on your cholesterol levels, & can be very unsafe for diabetics.

In a nutshell, fasting & crash diets are forms of self-sabotage best avoided. What is more, eating frequently (& moderately) will leave you less hungry throughout the day & cause a satiated effect, so you are less likely to have or give in to your food cravings.


THE MYTH: Starches are Fattening.
THE TRUTH: False & Hazardous.

For two thing, it is difficult to avoid starches, since they are a major component of staples like bread, pasta, grains, fruits, potatoes, corn, & rice. Even if it were possible to cut out all starches, if you did so you'd be starving your body of the fuel it unconditionally needs in order to maintain proper body-system function. Food consists of only three basic substances or macro-nutrients: proteins, fats, & carbohydrates. Starches are carbohydrates; & carbohydrates, along with their metabolic products & core nutrients are your body's basic fuel.

Most of the fuel your body uses comes from a carbohydrate identified as glucose. Some glucose you might consume in the form of candy or sodas; some carbohydrates in substances like alcohol, quickly break down in to glucose. Glucose is absorbed by your cells & used to run your bodily processes; any excess is stored in your liver or converted in to fat, where it can be called on at require.


If your body lacks glucose, it'll finally start using any fuel source it can find. At first these might be fat cells, but as they shrink, your body may start attacking the protein reserves in your muscles for the fuel it needs, called catabolisys. This is a "last-resort" move generally saved for famine conditions, so if it happens to you, it is bad news. The truth is that your metabolism by virtue of your circadian rhythm is better able to digest, to method & to assimilate positive food sources at positive times of the day… Translation: Some foods are more efficiently assimilated at set points of the day because of the composition or complexity of the source & as our metabolism rises & diminishes throughout the day. More complex foods such as starchy carbohydrates become increasingly more difficult to fully take through the digestive method, without a ‘diminished returns’ effect occurring & fat storage beginning.

THE MYTH: Vegetarian or Vegan diets are healthier than omnivorous diets.

A diet (merely a regime of frequent consumption) consisting entirely of rice & french-fries, or of bananas & cheerios, can be thought about vegetarian, but neither diet is healthy in the long run. If you are careful, you can get by fine on a properly balanced vegan or vegetarian diet, but you'll must manage your in-take carefully. Vegetarian diets do tend to be high in fiber & low in fat, but the fact is that humans evolved as opportunistic omnivores. That is, our ancestors ate anything they could get their hands on: greens, tubers, bugs, & the occasional smidgen of meat & this dictated how our bodies today, still require nutrients for efficacy & fuel for performance, that’s what they do… Perform! Preferably Efficiently! Poor Physical Performance is what they basically call… SICK!!! Emotionally, Physically, Spiritually…what-have-you!

The human body developed & evolved to expect a diverse & varied diet, two that could provide all the nutrients it necessitates in a variety of forms. Meat was an important part of their diet, perhaps the key part because it was so uncommon. Vegetarians must always be sure that they eat protein; protein is easily available in meat, so few omnivores must worry about getting , but it is scarce in most plant foods.

Fortunately, nuts, beans, & a few other vegetable products are ready sources of protein. If you go vegetarian, you'll also require to be sure you get every day doses of Vitamin B12 & Zinc, supplements often missing in vegetarian diets.


Most people can continue to exist as vegetarians if they are very careful, but it is a continuous mêlée, & guess what? You can be as healthy & out-of-shape on a vegetarian diet as you can on a regular diet, if you don't exercise regularly.

THE MYTH: Sweating facilitates weight loss.
THE TRUTH: Absolutely… If the sweat is exercise induced!

Otherwise, all you are doing is losing water weight. Sweating is astonishingly effective at doing what it was meant to do: cooling the body by glazing the skin with evaporative fluids.

It was never meant to act as a weight loss process. Lose water, & you are toying with dehydration. Dehydration or progressive dehydration can occur if you fail to rehydrate yourself sufficiently after every workout. If you get sufficiently dehydrated, your electrolyte balance will get out of whack, your cells will be starved of the fluids they require, & you could die. Not a happy prospect, so avoid it.

For this reason, the elderly sweatbox & sauna are of no use for losing real weight. Neither are their modern "high-tech" equivalents, such as body wraps & plastic sweat suits, no matter how lots of people swear by them. All they do is dehydrate you. Yes, you lose weight: one pounds per quart sweated away. But that is weight, not fat. & the moment you drink water, you'll gain all that weight back. Like I have said… “Weight Loss is a LIE!”


THE MYTH: Fat Free is… Calorie Free!

Some fat substitutes are available, but they can cause gastrointestinal upset, & most are pricey. This leaves two common ingredient that manufacturers can use to make their products taste better: sugar. & they use it liberally; so lots of fat-free products are high in calories.

All "fat-free" means is that a particular food has no detectable fat content. Sadly, however, is that fat & its related compounds that give most foods their flavor. Ice cream, butter, cheese, & a whole host of non-dairy products, including chocolate, are small over specially prepared, congealed fat. When manufacturers design lots of fat-free products, such as bread, cookies, ice cream, & the like, they know these products will be mostly dry & flavorless without fat.

You always must think about calorie & portion size; you are fooling yourself if you do otherwise. Moderation is the key to dieting success… Any …long-term success for that matter.

Furthermore, lots of foods like breads & pasta are low in fat, but rich in carbohydrates & they already know what that means. Carbohydrates break down easily in to our mate glucose, which can result in increased fat when consumed in excess.


The Myth: You Either Diet Or Exercise, You Can’t Do Both Simultaneously!
The Truth: Don’t Get Me Started!!!

Yes…you can do both together & you ought to, it is called Synergy; the coordination of one effective components working concurrently to derive a greater benefit than if isolated.

The dieting myths & misconceptions explored in this news story represent the tip of the proverbial iceberg. There's thousands of them out there: some are ridiculous & barely worthy of notice-like the suggestion that eating standing up helps you lose weight, or that you can base a diet on your blood type or color of hair-while others are less obvious, like those discussed here.

Dieting is not easy &, while it is human nature to look for a simple solution to a problem, that strategy won't work in this case. So heed these hints, & take it easy. Don't skip meals, keep your diet properly balanced, & exercise regularly. Avoid all fads, pills, & extravagant claims, because if it sounds nice to be true...well, you know the rest.

It doesn’t take over losing a few pounds before you'll notice a difference in the way you look & feel. &, if you lose only a few pounds at first, even if you have been at it for a while, so what? Pick up a two or ten pound bag of flour & carryover it around for a day, & you'll see how quickly you'll get tired of lugging that excess weight around.

Application of sound methodology is always the most effective means to accomplish any aim, with that said, if you require to truly shed those extra kilos of fat, then do yourself a favor & draw up a plan, merge all the necessary elements of success & execute that plan…

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