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|Society & You - Health|
|Monday, 06 August 2012 14:15|
The vast majority of people in his life, has started many diets and has left so many disappointed, either for lack of discipline, boredom, etc..
A good varied diet, we provide a standard of living healthier, but it's something we already know by now.
There are many diets, some go unnoticed and are reflected in other books that become "best sellers". There are many myths about them. The name of the diets can vary, but most abundant are the "miracle diet". These are divided into three: calorie unbalanced, the dissociative and exclusive. Then we will give the pros and cons of each, and see that all is not gold that glitters. A "miracle diet" is not at all advisable to lead a healthy life .
Unbalanced hypocaloric diets
These consist of a drastic lowering calorie intake. Your claim is the weight come down soon. Between 6 and 7 kilos in 14 days and became fashionable in 2009. It was aimed at people wanting to lose weight quickly and their target was set in women.
Operation: poor in carbohydrates and fats, the main food is the egg (you can eat 4 to 6 each day), since the protein up half of the nutrients in this regime. You can also use other products such as whole grains, fruits, fish and meat, if cooked without fat.
Diets dissociative or dissociative
This type of diet food separated in terms of its component nutrients. With this type of diet, your claim is that foods do not increase the weight by themselves, but taken in certain combinations, so if you do not mix, do not gain weight. These diets were very fashionable in the years 90.Su claim was to come down no weight without hunger. It was addressed to people who wanted to lose weight eating as varied. And its operation is based mainly on glycemic index (GI) of food, or what is the same: their sugar content. The classified into good (the lower GI 50), such as whole grains, cheese, eggs or legumes, and bad (the upper GI to 50), such as white bread, alcohol, corn or potato. Is prohibited if you have high uric acid or are a professional athlete. What was not told of this diet is that it has a great shortage of minerals, vitamins and fiber. Fatigue. Dizziness. Increased cholesterol and uric acid, which may cause bad breath. Drop. Bone decalcification. Kidney damage from excess protein and nitrogen.
Such diets eliminate any nutrient regime. They are high in carbohydrates, or can, and low in protein and fat, or high-protein, low carbohydrate or high fat. This type of diet, is referenced to two types are:
With it you will lose weight eating what many forbidden. It had its boom in early 70 and re-emerged in 92. Its operation is that the protein is 90% of daily intake from high fat dairy foods like (not milk), shellfish, red meat, eggs and oil. Carbohydrates account for only 10% have come primarily from vegetables, which together with the fruit, must be minimized because its fiber prevents fat absorption in the intestine. Points to insulin as responsible for weight gain, and prohibits sugar. Totally prohibited if you have high cholesterol and cardiovascular problems including constipation. Problems may occur: increased cholesterol, triglycerides and uric acid. Drop. Lack of appetite. Constipation. Halitosis by secretion of acetone. Cardiovascular risk. Renal overload. Ketosis.
The famous diet that is being followed by millions of people today. It is a diet that sells it as you will notice results from the first phase, and is dedicated to people who want to lose weight quickly. This diet is unusual in offering a list of 100 or more foods you can eat, 72 rich in protein. Oat bran is required. Protein intake begins to be very high and decreases as you go along with the diet. This diet is prohibited if you suffer from kidney failure, constipation, diabetes, insulin or digestive problems.
What does not count in this diet is that there is a deficit of minerals, vitamins and fiber. Weakening of the hair, skin and nails. Liver and kidney overload. Constipation. Digestion. Recently published a book called The Dukan diet for anti-warn of contraindications.
Another type of diet are the fasts, which are hidden as detoxification methods. Commenting on all types of blood cells, even going to say that longevity increases, an assertion without proof. In fasting only recommended intake of fluid or some fruit, often pineapple, lemon or apple. Fasting is totally counterproductive, and that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, giving us the necessary energy .