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Fattening Foods: Not So Fattening After All? by Nathan Latvitis
... Although, it is generally accepted to consume between 15% - 25% of your calories from fat while severely limiting the amount of trans fats and watching the amount of saturated fat that you consume. -Some Easy Ways to Add Fat Into Your Diet Now you may be wondering how you’re going to add some of these healthy fats into your diet. There are actually some really easy ways to do so. If you eat salads, you can add about a tablespoon of olive or canola oil.

How Do You Take Advantage Of The Mayo Clinic Diet For Rapid And Sustainable Weight Loss? by Gary Holdon
... Avoid or decrease intake of cholesterol and saturated fats. 3. Watch your intake of salt and sweets. 4. If you drink, be moderate and don't drink too much. 5. Think about food portion size and make sure meals aren't too big. 6. Keep an eye on your calories. 7. Make sure to get some kind of physical exercise everyday. Carbohydrates These provide most of the energy for your body. Foods such as whole grains, legumes and many types of beans are called "complex carbohydrates." Foods containing ...

Do the Weight Loss Experts Actually Agree? by Adam Waxler
... On the other hand, the medical community has condemned the low carb diets for encouraging the consumption of a diet high in saturated fats and cholesterol. But there is also a strong suggestion in each of those diets along the lines of "eat only until you are no longer hungry". .. and a minimum consumption of vegetables. Dinner's minimum suggested amount of vegetables is 2 1/2 cups. How hungry will you be after consuming two and a half cups of vegetables?

Is Zone Diet a Fad? by Lulia Pascanu
... Sears says: "No food is forbidden in the Zone." Zone diet considers "unfavourable" mostly high glycemic foods and foods high in saturated fats. Not FAD. 4. It offers rigid menus Difficult-to-prepare meals, plenty of measuring and counting, rules that are easy to misinterpret, Zone subscribes to that. FAD. 5. It neglects active living or lifestyle changes The Zone diet has impressive instrumentary and regulation for dining out or for fast food. On the other hand, there's no problem if you ...

Top 10 Holiday Weight Loss Tips by Mayur Vibhakar
... Change eating habitsDieting may conjure up visions of eating lettuce and sprouts--but you can enjoy all foods as part of a healthy diet as long as you don't overdo it on fat (especially saturated fat), protein, sugars, and alcohol. To be successful at losing weight, you need to change your lifestyle--not just go on a diet, experts say. Limit portion sizes, especially of foods high in calories, such as cookies, cakes and other sweets; french fries; and fats, oils and spreads.

Barriers to Healthy Diets -- Removing them is not as hard as you think by Michael Smith, MD
... Limit sugars, saturated fats, and trans-fatty-acids. Maintain a slightly negative energy balance or perfectly balance it. How do you accomplish this? Read the next few steps! Calculate your energy output everyday. Energy output is the Resting Metabolic Rate plus the number of calories burned through physical activity. Subtract your energy output from your energy input -- the number of calories you eat a day. The result is the remaining total energy and it determines your energy balance.

Seven Crucial Steps for Long Term Weight Loss by John Tiniakos
... An increase in food variety and diversity decreases the percentage of bad foods (saturated/trans fats, unrefined carbohydrates) present in your digestive system. Moreover, increased fiber content from fresh foods (fruits vegetables and whole grains) also sweeps up and pushes out bad foods quicker, leaving them less time to be absorbed by the intestines and therefore becoming less harmful. As a result risks of developing chronic diseases, such as various forms of cancer and heart related ...