A Balanced Approach – diets and fat loseDanger of diets:
Low-carbohydrate diet:You need carbohydrates for your brain, heart, and muscles among other vital organs. The main fuel of the brain and central nervous system is glucose, which is most easily obtained from carbohydrates.
Low-fat diet: Fat acts as a carrier for the four fat-soluble vitamins (A,D,E,K) and it helps to cushion your kidneys, liver and nerves, part of all cell membranes.
Low-calorie diet: Most diet have limited number of calories per day, it is highly unlikely that full vitamin and mineral replenishment will take place. In the absence of adequate dietary carbohydrates, protein and fat calories, the body will break down not only dietary protein but protein in the blood, liver, pancreas, muscles, and other tissues in order to maintain vital organs and functions. Without sufficient energy, the human body has the innate ability to break down muscle tissue for use as an energy source.
So….Avoid skipping meals or going to extremes in dieting. The best way to shed pounds is to adopt a plan of healthful eating and get a reasonable amount of exercise.There’s no need to resort to a fad diet. For example, diet pills may curb your appetite for a while; but the body quickly adjusts to them and your appetite returns. Or your metabolism slows down, and you gain weight anyway—not to mention the side effects some experience, such as dizziness, high blood pressure, anxiety attacks, and perhaps even addiction. Much the same can be said for pills that eliminate water or that speed up your metabolism.In contrast, a reasonable eating program, balanced with regular exercise, will help you look and feel your best. Exercise several times a week will work wonders for your health.In the Maryborough Club you have the possibility to benefit from professional assistance that will help you to reach your desired weight and will lead you to a healthier lifestyle.