Its hard to find a weight loss regimen or diet that really works. Here are a few principles that you can use your whole life for real results that you can sustain for long term health and weight management.
The starting place for anyone is to get your body primed for the rest of your fitness. Conventionally, more and more people are ingesting more and more junk food, processed food, and frozen foods as they become more available. If you want to lose some weight, the first thing to do is to eliminate all these things from your diet.
For best results, you should consult with a medical, health and wellness professional who can investigate into your individual needs and make sure you know exactly what your body does, and in this case, doesn’t want. It would be useful to find out if you have any unknown allergies. Chances are you may be sensitive to a few things you eat regularly. Eliminating these items along with all the junk will allow you to detox in the best way possible.
Don’t Eliminate Fat, Plan Your Fat Intake
As you may have seen in recent articles across the internet and print media, like Time magazine and so on, Fat is not your enemy. Don’t jump on the donut train just yet; there’s a little more to it…
There is such a thing as good fat. What you want to stay away from are the “hydrogenated oils” found in cereals and snack products. These ingredients can actually include toxins which will have a negative effect on your body.
Omega 3, Omega 6 fatty acids. That’s what your body wants. Ideally, your diet will consist of meals and edibles which balance you intake equally between Omega 3s and Omega 6s. Omega 3 is more commonly found in fish, fish oil, whereas Omega 6 is more likely to be found in vegetable oils we use regularly in American diets. Thus, you should attempt to balance on your own, perhaps taking fish oil supplements, and consulting your medical professional ahead of time.
How does this play into healthy weight and a balanced diet? A balance of Omega 3 and Omega 6 can lead to more energy, better insulin levels, and, this is important, fewer cravings. That’s how you get a head start on your diet.
With these principles in mind, approach eating with detoxification in mind, and the knowledge that a balanced diet of healthy fats will do you well.