AFTER overindulging on the sweets and stuffing during the festive period, the trousers must feel a bit tighter. We explain what some of the best diets are to kick-start losing all the weight that has been put on over Christmas. The Dukan diet This is a low-carbohydrate, high-protein diet. There are four phases to the diet and there is no limit to how much you can eat as long as you stick to the rules. In the first phase, which last five days, requires eating lean protein such as chicken, turkey, eggs, fat-free dairy and fish. Phase one also bans vegetables and restricts fat. The next three phases slowly introduce fruit, vegetables, carbs and eventually all foods. There's no time limit to the final phase, which involves having a protein-only day once a week and taking regular exercise. The British Dietetic Association says this isn’t a long-term diet because it is not nutritionally balanced and it warns about getting bored quickly with the lack of variety.The Paleo diet It is … [Read more...] about What’s the best January diet for losing all the weight you put on over Christmas?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Eat Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Eat | Is There an Optimal Diet for Humans? Supported by A study of modern hunter-gatherer groups found that they exhibit generally excellent metabolic health while consuming a wide range of diets. ByAnahad O’Connor Dec. 18, 2018 Nutrition experts have long debated whether there is an optimal diet that humans evolved to eat. But a study published this month adds a twist. It found that there is likely no single natural diet that is best for human health. The research, published in the journal Obesity Reviews, looked at the diets, habits and physical activity levels of Some get up to 80 percent of their calories from carbohydrates. Others eat mostly meat. But there were some broad strokes: Almost all of them eat a mix of meat, fish and plants, consuming foods that are generally packed with nutrients. In … [Read more...] about Is There an Optimal Diet for Humans?
When you have chronic pancreatitis, it is difficult to make digestive enzymes, and this leads to pancreatic dysfunction and nutrient malabsorption. Most people with chronic or acute pancreatitis experience upper left abdominal pain as their main symptom. Other symptoms will include a fever, indigestion, hiccups, bloating with a swollen abdomen, unintentional weight loss, a rapid pulse, abdominal tenderness, and nausea or vomiting. What should you eat to prevent pancreas inflammation? Read on as we discuss foods to eat and foods to avoid on a pancreas-friendly diet. We will also include a recommended menu for a pancreatitis diet, and other diet tips and lifestyle changes to prevent pancreas inflammation. Let’s get started… Foods to Eat with Pancreatitis to Avoid Inflammation What should you do after a diagnosis of acute or chronic pancreatitis? Initially, your doctor will recommend avoiding food and liquid consumption for several hours or days. When your doctor allows you to … [Read more...] about Diet for Pancreatitis: Food Tips, Eating, and Other Lifestyle Changes
Wednesday, August 01, 2018 by: Vicki Batts Tags: animal health, animals, cat food, dog food, natural diets, nutrition, Pet food, pet health, pet nutrition, vegan diet, vegan food, veganism, vegans (Natural News) Vegan diets are increasingly popular among humans, but is the environmentally conscious and cruelty-free way of eating appropriate for pets? Activists say that pet food is an environmental disaster, especially now that so many pet owners are interested in feeding their dogs and cats a biologically appropriate diet. On the surface, the idea of feeding them a vegan diet may seem like a great option: It sounds healthy enough, and is touted as a more earth-friendly approach to eating, for both humans and pets. But for many dogs and cats, a plant-based diet is often less than ideal, unless the diet is executed with extreme precision. Vegan diets for beloved cats and dogs are growing in popularity, especially now that pet food manufacturers are trying to push the next big … [Read more...] about How safe are vegan diets for your pet dogs and cats?
Sunday, July 01, 2018 by: S.D. Wells Tags: bad diets, badfood, badhealth, cotton ball diet, dangerous diets, dieting, Diets, fad diet, fad diets, good diet, Keto, keto diet, ketogenic, low fat diet, low-carb, nutrition, paleo, safe diet, stupid, toxic diets (Natural News) How do you go from bad to worse quickly when trying to lose weight? Just go on YouTube and watch videos of popular diets, without doing any research or consulting a nutritionist. It’s even getting tougher to trust medical doctors and dietitians these days, as many of them are pushing chemical-based pharmaceuticals and even saying good things about insane diet fads that simply should never be tried. You know the saying, “there’s safety in numbers,” right? Well, forget it. Just because something is popular on social media or because some celebrities swear by it, that doesn’t mean you should try it. Let’s take a look at the top five fad diets that can lead your health right off … [Read more...] about The 5 WORST diet fads that DUPED American consumers