1500 Calorie Diabetic Diet, Basic

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Basic Guidelines for Fat Loss Part 1: Diet

Again, protein just becomes sugar. I touched on the protein, fat, carb issue in the section on macronutrient intakes. Just found your site, and was scanning over this post. Do you have any links to descriptions of the exercises you recommend? Hi Drew, I would be interested in your views on whether you should increase calorie intake on training days whilst trying to reduce calories overall ie over the space of a week for example. I have some clients eat more on training days following their workouts, but only once they have already reduced their body fat percentage significantly, and not more in a day than a conservative estimate of their average daily expenditure.

Hi Drew, Thanks for the article. I lost more than 2st of weight over a period of 9months by exercising and changing my diet. However,slowly but surely my weight has been creeping back up since July last year.

I lost weight by counting calories, basically weighing everything before I put it into my mouth. But I cannot imagine doing this for the rest of my life to keep my weight off. As soon as I stop weighing my food, I automatically start eating a bit more.

I also seem to put on muscle quite well…? I cannot sleep longer than hours after a night shift and my sleep on nights off is getting worse as well. Of course I crave carbs a lot on such days and cannot always fight it, I am afraid. I know this does not help fat loss at all. Getting adequate protein appears to be important in appetite regulation, and choosing foods which are very high in volume relative to calories like non-starchy vegetables helps as well.

Unfortunately sleep deprivation negatively effects various hormones involved in regulating appetite and metabolism and tends to cause fat gain. Sleep deprivation also negatively affects will power, which combined with the effect on appetite makes portion control more difficult.

Getting more sleep will make it a lot easier for you to improve your body composition. Hi Drew, Thank you for your reply. So unless I stop doing night shifts, I am not sure how to improve my sleep. I have tried a couple of herbal remedies, but no success. Unfortunately, sleeping during the day can be difficult for some people depending on the brightness, loudness, temperature, and other conditions where you sleep, but if optimizing these does not help you may want to consider seeing a doctor and having a sleep study done if it continues to get worse.

I just calculated my maximum calorie deficit which came out to This gives me a daily calorie intake of I improved rapidly at first and then seemed to plateau. How likely is this due to under consumption of calories?

The longer a person has been training the slower they will progress with the exception of resuming training after a layoff, starting a new program which often requires a few weeks to adjust the weights, etc. You may want to read Workout Performance Versus Progress. What does that exactly mean? I cover the training and diet I used to get in that condition in Getting Ripped.

What are your thoughts on how often to eat, e. I already addressed this in the Meal Timing section of the article. All else being equal meal timing and frequency does not appear to make much of a difference in the long run. Hi Drew, I have a question related to protein intake, since it seems to be hard to accomplish it. You state that the adequate protein intake should be To accomplish the minimum requirements for other macronutrients fats, carbs, fiber to remain healthy, one needs to eat other foods too.

Based on these calculations, it is pretty hard to create a calorie deficit while maintaining a healthy diet, at least for somebody with my body composition.

Please let me know if my calculation is flawed, or if you have any dietary advice on how to accomplish healthy fat loss in my case. Even then, getting between 1 and 1. For example, an omelette with three whole eggs and three whites and eight ounces each of grilled skinless chicken breast and top sirloin would give you grams of protein over 1 gram per pound of lean body mass and 62 grams of fat, while leaving several hundred more for carbohydrate while still eating at a deficit.

Thanks again Drew for all of your hard work in your field of interest. People want to hear what they want to hear in spite of evidence to the contrary.

Of course the more confusing everything is the more opportunities there are for opportunists to make more money. The worst of it is that medical agencies appear to agree with the fitness industry by remaining silent. However, those who are able to discriminate and take responsibility for their own actions will always be attracted to your material and to many other works that seriously and brilliantly counter much of the nonsense.

Eat only fruits until noon. Fruits are easiest to digest, and offer less fat and more fiber than other foods. You may eat as much as you want…just make sure you eat only fruit.

The fiber increase from the fruit, along with the high water content will have a positive, colonic cleansing effect. You may fear being hungry while eating only fruit. Lunch, Dinner and Snacks: Do not mix carbohydrates starches with proteins meats during any meal. It takes different digestive fluids to break down carbohydrates and proteins. When combined, the digestive fluids partially neutralize each other preventing total digestion, which leads to bloating, gas, constipation, and lower nutrient absorption.

Simply focus on major carbohydrate groups and major protein groups. While including a potato here would complete this all-American meal, Americans are at an all-time high for obesity and digestive disorders. This is why food combining advocates strongly recommend thinking in new ways about the hows and whens of eating. Do not eat anything for two to three hours before bedtime. When you sleep your body goes into a different mode, slowing digestion and the assimilation of foods.

Drink half your body weight in ounces. A person weighing lbs would drink 75 ounces or nine or ten eight-ounce glasses of water daily. Purified water is best, but green teas, juices, and warm water are also great. Fluids will help your body develop softer stools for easier elimination. In addition to the basic food-combining program above, implement these top ten tips to improve digestion.

Combining the basics above with the tips below will help improve your chances for success, increase regularity, and decrease bloating, gas, and indigestion. Eat at regular meals times. It is important to be regular with what you eat and the times of day you eat. Eating similar food groups and at similar times each day has a regulating effect on your digestive system.

Regular in means regular out. Drink warm or hot liquids with your meal. Ice cold drinks can slow down the digestive process; think of it as putting ice on a muscle. The muscle stiffens and does not function as well. Warm or room temperature water, juice, or decaffeinated tea will encourage proper digestion. Just keep in mind the traffic jam discussed in 6 below — i.

Be conscious of what you eat and your portion sizes. Over consumption is the number one cause of indigestion. So stop eating before you are full. Incomplete chewing and talking while eating can cause premature swallowing. Our digestive systems are not designed to digest large pieces of food, so putting large pieces in our stomachs can lead to incomplete digestion aka: The digestive process starts with chewing, which naturally churns the food.

Chewing also releases digestive enzymes to further aid in the digestive process. Relax while eating your meal. A serving size means the size of food after it is cooked or prepared. You have the right to help plan your care. To help with this plan, you must learn about your diet. You can then discuss your treatment options with your caregiver. You can work with them to decide what care will be used to treat you.

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