Welcome back, everyone! Hope we all rested well during the last week. Previously we talked about mental health, since we all got to eat lots of yummy foods during the break, I am pretty sure lots of us have added little or way more weight over the week, we would be talking about how to achieve weight loss and get your groove back through DIETING.
In nutrition, diet is the total number and the type of classes of food consumed by a person. Simply implies the use of specific intake of nutrition for health or weight-management reasons (with the two often being related). So you see; dieting is not you have to skip some meals of the day rather it is you having to make healthy food choices, eating at the right time, and knowing that it is not every consumable that should pass through your mouth.
The majority of us eat a lot of processed quick-fix foods on a regular basis. To maintain a normal weight, we need to watch what we eat and be sensitive to our body needs; not every time your body craves sugar or carb that you get to respond; sometimes you need to put it under control and limit the consumption of energy-dense foods and sugary drinks, eating plant-based food, limiting consumption of red and processed meat, and limiting alcohol intake.
We realize for some people the thought of cutting out sugar, excess carb, alcohol, or anything makes your diet sound like hell. I know that feeling, trust me! If you are someone who takes lots of sugar you may feel that halving the amount will make a difference and benefit you when it comes to weight and health improvements. For some of us, this is a life- changing plan where some of the foods and meals are so different from our regular eating habits. We just want to stress the emphasis that you might opt to change 50% of your habits and not change the others. As long, you are aware that you may not get all the results you are after, it will still be a small step in the right direction to a healthier life.
In this part of the world where we have almost all our food to be carbohydrates; we need to be more sensitive and take our diets seriously as this could mar our body systems and place stress on the organs working to break down the foods. For example, our liver has many roles such as removing toxins from our body, balancing blood sugar levels, breaking down hormones after they have served their purpose, and storing nutrients. Therefore, if your liver cannot work properly you will experience many problems, such as weight gain, intolerances to food, tiredness, bad skin, etc. and at the end of the day, we always want to look “peng” no matter the age so why not we start taking our diet seriously and eat right!
So guys we have come to the end of this today’s episode on the diet series and I can’t wait for us to continue on this series. I hope this was insightful. Don’t forget to interact with this post that and always remember we at Secure Health always want the best for you especially when it comes to your health. Most importantly; always remember to take care of your body as it’s the only place you have to live –Jim Rohn