Weight Loss Facts And Myths You Should Be Aware Of
The road to weight loss is paved with lots of information that can profoundly affect how you go about shedding your extra weight. For this reason, you really need to know what is factual and what is not so you can be successful and remain healthy throughout the process.
For starters, there are some common myths that you need to be aware of. In addition to knowing them, you should also know the corresponding facts. They will help you understand how to go about the process in the best and most healthy way. The following post describes some of these issues in detail:
The Top 10 Myths of Weight Loss Exposed
Whether you want to lose weight to look awesome or because you need to keep a close watch on your health, do not be fooled by what so many people have falsely peddled as fact where weight loss is concerned. Here we have compiled the top 10 weight loss myths that so many people have so wrongly believed.
Myth 1: High protein and less carbs will make you lose weight
Fact: No one really knows the effects of this diet ratio
The problem with this claim is that nutritionists do not tell people that there are good and bad sources of carbohydrates. Read more at Whiz Life…
Your nutritional plan will significantly determine how you progress in your weight loss program. Avoid having general rules about various kinds of food and ensure that you don’t leave out any category of food from your diet. A balanced diet is very important.
In addition to a variety of foods, you should also consider adding some spice to your life — and your weight loss. It doesn’t have to be a boring diet of bland food that you are forced to endure to reach a healthy weight. The following post describes how you can add some flavor to your diet using the spices available to you. You can also boost your health at the same time. This particular article discusses the health benefits of cumin:
Trying to kick a weight loss plateau? Unhand the celery and head for the spice cabinet: New research shows that cumin powder can help jumpstart weight loss, decrease body fat, and improve unhealthy cholesterol levels naturally.
Researchers at Iran’s Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences randomly split 88 overweight or obese women into 2 groups. For 3 months, both groups received nutrition counseling and decreased their daily intake of calories by 500. But one group was also eating 3 grams (a little less than 1 teaspoon) of cumin powder daily, swirled into 5 ounces of yogurt (the same amount of yogurt, minus the cumin, was also prescribed to the control group).
At the end of the 3-month trial, members in the cumin group had lost 3 more pounds than those in the non-cumin group for a total of 13 pounds weight loss. More impressively, the cumin group members decreased body fat percentage by 14.64%—almost triple the 4.91% loss posted by the control group—apparently due to the addition of the fat-burning spice. Read more at Prevention…
As the post describes, cumin has shown an ability to aid in cutting that extra weight. It also makes your food very tasty. There are other natural additives you can use to tantalize your
taste buds as you shed off that extra weight. Lemon water is a good example. Include warm lemon water in your diet and enjoy the rejuvenating benefits it brings your way.
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