non card food

Brazil
October 10, 2006 1:48pm CST
I'm doing a diet and most people tell me that it is not a healthy died, so i get discuredget each time and i end up eatin the food that i'm not suppose to be eating. I need your oppinions: do you think that protein diet is not good and why?
18 responses
• United States
10 Oct 06
Can you outline the diet a bit more? What exactly are you allowed to eat and how much of it? Do you feel sick when you do the diet? Like you have low blood sugar? Are you allowed to drink water and tea? As much as you would like? You know, a really good diet is to drink a fresh homemade fruit smoothie during the day and have a sensable dinner. I make the smoothies everyday, a little low fat yogurt, fresh fruit of your choice and some low fat milk. You can add honey to sweeten it if it needs it. Then I snack on grapes or other fruits and veggies when I am hungry and eat a normal dinner. I lost five pounds last week doing that and working out fifteen minutes a day.
• United States
10 Oct 06
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• United States
10 Oct 06
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@jayarajgr (818)
• India
15 Dec 06
eat enough food, no problem with that. But you should also use the food in a proper way. It means you should give importance to excercise. Now dont panic, just play some games which will also relax you. Try to play it well, and try to be the best among your group. That will keep you healthy and away from problems
• India
19 Oct 06
hey, diet isn't necessaryly everything you have to do to reduce obesity. Doing workoputs everyday also can reduce your fat. following a diet suddenly is really stressful on your body. It may not cope up with it. You will reduce your resistance against diseases etc. so go according to a systematic and slow plan. it may take more time, but is more lasting also........
@sedel1027 (17855)
• United States
19 Oct 06
If you diet is all protien, it is not a good diet. If you eat too much protien your body begins to break down. Even though some people lose weight, when they start adding in fruits and veggies the weight comes back. Meat can also be very fatty which can cause heart problems.
• United States
19 Oct 06
Just be careful not to eat too much protein. Also, one thing I learned, your brain only uses carbohydrates for energy, so be sure you are getting enough of those. Everything should be in moderation. There is no value in adding even more protein to that amount, since protein cannot be stored in the body and the excess is eliminated in urine and feces. When people start consuming too much protein (over 2.0 g/kg/d), the extra protein can become a stressful on the kidney. This is even more of a concern as we get older and our organs are less efficient and effective. Very high levels of dietary protein can also cause us to loose calcium through our urine, which could potentially be harmful for bone turnover, with the added risk of osteoporosis. Protein needs vitamin B6 in order to be metabolized in order to be used in the body. Very high levels of dietary protein increase the requirement for this B vitamin. To be safe, run the diet by an MD
@nancygibson (3738)
• France
18 Oct 06
I found www.weightlossresources.co.uk to be the only sensible way for me to balance fact and fiction with diets
@gsnarayanan (1705)
• India
18 Oct 06
You can take any food....! But ensure that you have egular walk and do exercises. You can check any book on health for doing these exercises...!There are Yogasanas that you can learn and practice. You can search more tips in the following site of Appllo hospitals. www.apollohospitals.com
@pontgtp (970)
• United States
17 Oct 06
Good luck, with that and welcome to Mylot
• Canada
17 Oct 06
dieting is frustrating ,,make out and work out..u will remain fit as hugh heffner
@srhelmer (6933)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
17 Oct 06
I've found diets just don't work. They either leave out an important food product or don't let you eat enough so you constantly have to cheat. The best plan, for me, is to eat whatever I want but in smaller quantities. I eat until I'm no longer hungry rather than bloated. And, I'm able to keep my weight under control. Don't forget to exercise either.
@loved1 (5338)
• United States
17 Oct 06
A protien diet is not healthy. If you want to lose weight, eat less calories, increase your exercise and drink water. People are always going to tell you the diet you are doing is wrong.
@mshjv44 (147)
• France
17 Oct 06
be greatful of what you're eating and then you will notice what you've been eating was creating your problem.Eat fresh.If you can't be thankfull for the food,don't eat it.Maybe you can do a fasting of any alount of days to think about it all.We have a 'trend' of labeling food as 'organic',and that is scarry,remember that it is the only real food that we get today.Organic can't be true,with all the chemicals that enter the earth everyday;and yesterday and 50 years ago.cooking food for the next day also spoils your appitite.
@ossie16d (11834)
• Australia
13 Oct 06
It depends on what is allowed on the diet. But more important is that if one day you eat something that is not on your diet, forget it and continue with the diet the next day. As long as you don't eat the wrong foods too often plus get some exercise you will soon see the weight coming down. Good luck. :)
@1angeldee (589)
• United States
13 Oct 06
i workout with dvd's in my own time 30mins in two weeks i had loss 3 pnd + 1 inch i record everthing a eat (i eat more protein than carb) and workout i have done i read fitness magazines (for recipes ,ideas, and motivation) this web has great information, links for products (in amazon i bougth the xenadrines and cathe , gilad and the firm dvds) http://www.setyoureyeson.blogspot.com ,prepare your personal profile (age,how much you like to loss, goals ect) and it will suggest you what to do
• United States
10 Oct 06
Everything should be done in moderation. If you go to either extremes as far as a low carb diet or high in protein diet eventually you get tired of it and give up.
• United States
10 Oct 06
Please share more about the diet that you are doing. I think that maybe you should not think of it as diet and just eat healthy. I think that overall eating healthy will help you on all levels instead dieting. Dieting are known to never work for very long and the results are very short lived. Plus it is so easy to crash on diets. Eating healthy and having a good exercise regimen will help you in the long run. I hope this helps.
@1angeldee (589)
• United States
10 Oct 06
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@rmuxagirl (7568)
• United States
10 Oct 06
I agree with the person befor eme...can you outline it a little bit more for us?