I am a registered dietitian and nutritionist. My focus is to promote whole food nutrition, so you will not find any weight-loss medicines or supplements in this diet plan. The only things you need to lose weight are healthy, fresh food from your local market. I own a nutrition clinic where I provide healthy eating and exercise counseling to families to help young children maximise their growth and health potential. I know all about the weight-loss pills on the market. Most of them are unhealthy and cause nausea, diarrhea, and other serious symptoms.
When one is losing weight, people tend to shed their bad eating habits and exercise daily, something which was not part of their routine before. Surely, the regime will not be as crucial as before, but if the same life style is not maintained, it would be easier to slip back in to bad habits and gain the kilos which were shed. Balanced diet containing carbohydrates (55%), fats (25%) and proteins (20%) in the food. Exercising everyday will not be off the books either, as said earlier, it will not be as extreme as before, but it is important to exercise any at least half an hour each day for five days in a week, so weight can be maintained successful. It is easy to let yourself go after a goal has been reached, but letting go of exercise routine will result in a big setback.
Keep stocked in your refrigerator or freezer a box of veggie burgers (look for low-sodium varieties). Veggie burgers are a much better choice for your waistline and heart than ground meat. Veggie patties have only about half the calories of regular red meat patties, and zero heart-hurting saturated fat. Plus, they’re so easy to cook – just one or two minutes in the microwave. While toasting your whole-wheat bun, take from your pantry a jar of roasted red bell peppers and top your veggie patty with a couple of luscious slices. Smear your bun with a little low-sodium Dijon mustard.