Eating healthy vs. eating less
August 4, 2009 4:03pm CST
Hi! I have the next question which is quite important to me now. If You can't keep any specific diet at the moment, but defimitely must change your eating habits, which would You prefer: Eating less amounts of Your usual food, for example reduce the size of serving? Eating the same amount of calories, but preferring vegetables to pasta and fish to red meat? Why would You choose that?
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4 Aug 09
It might be best since you said you "can't keep any specific diet" I think you should eat what you normally do, just eat about 3/4 of it or so. That way your procedures won't be interupted and you can still cut back some. Then later you can begin to change things a little at a time and replace "bad foods" with "good foods" it might not be as abrupt of a change and you may be able to accomplish your goal.
6 Aug 09
By saying that I can't keep any specific diet, I meant that my life schedule does't allow me to. I never stay long enough at one place to consistetly keep any diet. I've tried some short-time diets and could handle it quite easily, but there wasnt any result on my health, weight or volumes. So I came to the conclusion that I need to restructure some basic principles of my nutrition. I think Your recommendation is ideal, because there is smooth transition from one kind of food to another. Thanks
13 Aug 09
I think that may not be able to eat less to lose weight will only make their bad body. Dinner was a habitual. There are foods with a reasonable in order to make the body healthy. Of course, remember to adhere to campaign every day, life is movement.
4 Aug 09
eating differently. i get hungry enough as it is without eating less, if i didn't eat as much as i wanted i would be in a permanent foul mood. if i wanted to lose weight i'd do more exercise. if you eat when you're not hungry then maybe eating less is sensible though